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Autism Sensory, Sayings

Are you doubting that your child might be suffering from autism? Find out in this infographic the signs/symptoms of autism in children

This is a very helpful chart. The earlier you recognize the signs the sooner you can learn how to parent an Autistic child. Children with Autism can flourish! Signs of Autism

THINGS TO NEVER SAY TO Someone with Sensory Processing Disorder

10 Things to Never Say to a Person with Sensory Processing Disorder

10 Things to Never Say to a Person with Sensory Processing Disorder - Lemon Lime Adventures

Meltdown vs tantrum And everything is a no because they can't figure out how to make the overwhelmed feeling stop. Dustin does this often when he feels like we are out too much.

I had my own meltdowns, but now you seem to have some too. and we used to do this shit like Thursday-Friday, not a .

Twiddle Muff for restless hands , ideal for those with dementia by ThatsNiceCo on Etsy

Twiddle Muff for restless hands , ideal for those with dementia

Twiddle Muff for restless hands , ideal for those with dementia by ThatsNiceCo on Etsy

This a great idea to start a touch book. This web site says it intended for a blind child, but it can also be used for a child on the autism spectrum as a way to learn about different textures.

Make Your Own Touch Book

infant activity 3 Learn how to make your own Touch Book for your blind baby by putting together a book of textures for him to feel. It's easy and fun and can be a great gift for a visually impaired child. or anyone!

33 of the Funniest Minion Quotes and Pictures

33 of the Funniest Minion Quotes and Pictures -

33 of the Funniest Minion Quotes and Pictures

"Calm down" is a phrase that we all use, especially with kids when experiencing intense emotions. Here are some alternative phrases that just might yield better results, and an action plan to put them in place.

Saying "Calm Down" To Your Kids Doesn't Actually Work

PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT "Calm down" is a phrase that we all use, especially with kids when experiencing intense emotions. Here are some alternative phrases that just might yield better results, and an action plan to put them in place.

I talk about Autism to help others understand, to educate, to build acceptance for children and adults living with Autism.

Days 114, 115, and 116: Responsibly, Supportive, Learner …

I talk about Autism to help others understand, to educate, to build acceptance for children and adults living with Autism. April 2 is World Autism Awareness Day. Please wear blue to show your

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