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Help Your Child with Autism Build Stronger Bonds through Eye Contact
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Help Your Child with Autism Build Stronger Bonds through Eye Contact

“LOOK AT ME” - No one likes to be forced to do anything, especially kids. As a parent, you know it’s difficult for your child with autism to make eye contact, which sometimes leads you to say:  “Look at me.”  As parents, caretakers, and teachers, we sometimes ...
Asperger’s Syndrome: A Developmental Puzzle by Michael McCroskery
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Asperger’s Syndrome: A Developmental Puzzle by Michael McCroskery

Editor's Note: Understanding, perspectives and language change over time. Individuals on the spectrum have been writing about their experience of autism for many years... often unheard. When Michael approached us to reprint an article that he wrote 15 years ag...
Special needs Mom turns inventor with vibrating pillow
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Special needs Mom turns inventor with vibrating pillow

Senseez can help parents, teachers, and therapists give kids with Autism or ADHD calming and soothing sensations. Stephanie is the inventor and owner of Senseez a vibrating pillow that can help kids with sensory issues pay attention, sit for longer periods,...
Autism Basics: Gestures and the accompanying mental state of autism
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Autism Basics: Gestures and the accompanying mental state of autism

Do you ever see that person in the shopping mall flailing their arms running towards someone.  It used to frighten me sometimes, before I understood  what was going on. I remember years  ago at the shopping mall, suddenly the person started running towards som...