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First Timer to Gluten Free & Allergen Friendly Expo – Schaumburg, IL

This will my first time going to the Gluten Free & Allergen Friendly Expo in Schaumburg, IL. What got me interesting in attend is that I interesting in going gluten free part time at least 50% of what I eat. So when I was searched for events to attend this one showed up and I thought […] Read more…

A Guide to the Best Types of Toy for Children with Autism

Toy shopping according to age, trends, and level of fun may work for other children but for kids with autism, a little more thought and time is required when selecting toys. Several factors need to be considered to ensure you end up with the appropriate toys. What is the child’s personality trait? What are the […] Read more…

3 Books for Your Autism Child or Adult

Here are 3 books that I think would be helpful for a child or adult with Autism. They reason why I think these books are helpful is because people with Autism have a variety of issues that need help especially when they are in school. I’ve Got A Stat For You My Life With Autism […] Read more…

Summer Brain…Gain!

As a mom with a high schooler in Special education it’s important to keep his skills up during the summer break. As a freshman going into his second year of high school but is behind in a lot of the subjects so a lot of these will help him out. Many parents and educators worry […] Read more…

The Power of Music – Musical Therapy to Treat Autism

Musical medical care may be a comparatively new treatment methodology for autism patients, however one that ought to not be commanding once discussing choices. Patients who receive musical medical care typically ought to nice improvement in temperament and learning skills. Music connects to the non-verbal a part of our brains, creating it an ideal medical […] Read more…

Busting the Autism Stereotypes

As with anyone with a physical or mental disturbance, autistic folks handle a large vary of reactions from others, from full support to uncaring ignorance. sadly, even those that support autistic relations, co-workers, and friends might not perceive autism fine. This results in stereotypes, which may lead to emotion, embarrassment, or different sad things. By […] Read more…

Achieving Self-control with Autism

Self-discipline is a skill that most autistic children have trouble acquiring. This includes not only inappropriate outbursts, but also habits that can be potentially dangerous, such as being aggressive towards others or causing harm to themselves, such as banging their heads off walls. To prevent these and other behaviors, one technique parents and educators can […] Read more…

How to Be a Good Friend

Everyone wishes for a good friend, and considers themselves blessed when they find one. Having a good friend makes tough times easier to deal with, and gives you someone to share the good moments with. If you want to have good friends, however, you must first be one. The beginning of this is learning how […] Read more…

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