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Nov19
The Poor Sensory Sport

The Poor Sensory Sport

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A mom needs advice on how to help her sensory-seeking child handle disappointment on the sports field as it’s now starting to affect his relationships at school and with family and friends.

Oct13
Dear Teacher: My Disabled Child Is Not Lazy

Dear Teacher: My Disabled Child Is Not Lazy

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Having an invisible disability is hard; having an invisible disability as a high school student and being scoffed at by a teacher is worse. Don’t be that teacher.

Sep19
Why Are Girls With Autism Different?

Why Are Girls With Autism Different?

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It’s often said that girls on the autism spectrum “present differently,” but what exactly does that mean? Today we’re looking at both generalities and a few hallmark specifics of how autistic girls are unlike their male counterparts.

Sep11
Toddler Hearing vs. Toddler Listening

Toddler Hearing vs. Toddler Listening

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A parent (whose day job is as an occupational therapist) is trying to weigh some concerns brought up by her son’s caregiver his development against her own observations and professional opinion.

May26
The Family That Clays Together…

The Family That Clays Together…

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It can be sometimes be hard for our family to do “fun” things the way other families do. We threw caution (and cleanliness) to the wind and had a blast.

May05
Helping Your Student Manage Year-End School Stress

Helping Your Student Manage Year-End School Stress

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As we near the end of my autistic son’s first full-time year back in public school, the stress is wearing him down, but really, he’s doing great.

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