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5 Awesome Strategies to Improve Social Skills for people with Autism

People with autism usually have problems with their social skills because they have a unique social approach that’s innate to them. However, this doesn’t mean that the type of behavior they choose to have is the most-accepted behavior in a rigid society like ours. 5 Strategies for Social Skills in kids with Autism So, how

Communicate Structure and Boundaries for Kids with Autism

Want to Work with us one-on-one to develop your child’s skills? It’s actually a topic I really like to talk about. I know that some of the families have received other information from me in terms of using visuals. However, what I’ve done is because of the situation that we’re all in, I’ve made some

Homeschooling Resources-Helping Our Kids Learn at Home

Want to Work with us one-on-one to develop your child’s skills? A Parent Tool Box Good morning everyone. my name is Ella. I’m one of the senior therapists here at Autism 360 and we’re going to chat this morning a little bit about resources that you might find helpful, whilst, doing your best to home

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Homeschooling Resources-Helping Our Kids Learn at Home

Want to Work with us one-on-one to develop your child’s skills? A Parent Tool Box Good morning everyone. my name is Ella. I’m one of the senior therapists here at Autism 360 and we’re going to chat this morning a little bit about resources that you might find helpful, whilst, doing your best to home

Set Realistic & Smart Goals for Your Child

Want to Work with us one-on-one to develop your child’s skills? Okay. So, just a few items before we get started with the webinar tonight, before the webinar begins. We will have all the mikes muted during the presentation. So if you have any questions, just type them into the chat box or, , you

Coronavirus: Prepare kids with Autism for Natural and Health Emergencies

Watch this Workshop replay to understand the full Strategy Want to Work with us one-on-one to develop your child’s skills? The World is Changing… Well, I do this video with a heavy heart today !! these are difficult times that we are living. The hurricanes in the US the recent bush fires in Australia, the

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Why Parenting your Child and Homeschooling your ADHD kid is Not the Same Thing

Homeschooling a child can be difficult and stressful at times, so can you imagine what it’s like to be homeschooling and parenting your ADHD kid? It’s definitely a whole different ball game!  The many benefits associated with homeschooling You will spend more one-on-one time with your child.  The curriculum will be individualized to meet your

5 Awesome Strategies to Improve Social Skills for people with Autism

People with autism usually have problems with their social skills because they have a unique social approach that’s innate to them. However, this doesn’t mean that the type of behavior they choose to have is the most-accepted behavior in a rigid society like ours. 5 Strategies for Social Skills in kids with Autism So, how

What Parents MUST know before Discontinuing Medication for kids with Autism & ADHD

Are you thinking about discontinuing your child’s medication? Did you know that if you do end up terminating it, you may decrease the quality of life of that person? Medications may be the best choice for some Medications should be thoroughly studied and not given as an imperative first-choice to all ADHD patients, because everyone

How Important is the Dietary Adjustments For Kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder?

Many kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder also have food aversions and sensibilities related to what they consume. In fact, parents of these children may even see a direct correlation between what the child eats and their behavior daily. Some scientific studies have now agreed on two things: the importance of healthy eating habits in kids

What to do when your child refuses to dress up

Hello!  Welcome to our new series on 1 Minute Ideas – simple easy to use strategies to help you get on with the rest of the day. I am Ash. Today’s idea is about Dealing with Dressing up! Mornings are hard, the rush is terrible and we really do not need an added meltdown, even though

Children With Autism and Their First Dental Visit – How To Prepare

For nearly every child, the first dental experience is a scary one. With new people, sights, and sounds it can be an overwhelming experience for anyone. For children with autism though, this first dental visit can be even more of a harrowing experience. Fortunately, there are ways to make it easier on both you and

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Autism 360 Program Review – is it Too Good to be True?

Is this what Autism parents has been looking for years? Is Autism 360 too good to be true? Since it’s launch at the start of the year, this program seems to have taken the parenting community by storm. Within a month, the program has received thousands of applications from parents across the US, UK, Canada,

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Autism and Special Interests: Exploring the Other Side

Christina, a speech professor, and a researcher recalls one of her young clients, a child diagnosed with autism condition, loved to recite new words that she discovered while going through her dictionary. “She read every word absolutely fine although she did not understand or comprehend the meaning of every word,” explains Christina. Despite not being

DDT and Autism

DDT and Autism: Understanding the Associated Pregnancy Risks

Expectant mothers with higher levels of DDT pesticides in their bloodstream during the course of their pregnancy phase are likelier to have children who could be autistic, as per a research involving a study of more than a million pregnant ladies in Finland. As per the recent data estimates available with WHO one in 68

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