Autism

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…

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…

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My Turn, Your Turn Rivanna Music Review #rivannamusic

  My Turn Your Turn, the seventh CD from award-winning singer-songwriter, Cathy Bollinger sparkles with thoroughly singable songs that gently address the needs of children who find social interaction confusing or challenging. Using descriptive, social story-like phrases to talk about concrete situations, My Turn Your Turn sings children through the tricky territory of engaging with […] Read more…

Last Week of Training at Ikron

So this is my last week of training at Ikron. It was really boring since they really didn’t have anything for me to do everyday( have at least 6 interns). I am there through the Ticket to Work Social Security and am going through Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities. I was paid minimum wage for 20 […] Read more…

What about Adults with Autism.

So they publish a new report today about the skyrocket rates of diagnose children with Autism. This don’t the many adults with it. When are they going to a study about how many adults are already diagnosed with it(yes I am one diagnosed at age 36 now 37). There are very little services for adults […] Read more…

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