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Making the Most of the Holidays for Your Family and Your Son/Daughter on the Autism Spectrum

by Dana Renay on

While many happily anticipate the coming holiday season, families of sons/daughters on the autism spectrum also understand the special challenges […]

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Behaviors at School: How To Request Behavior Intervention Plans

by Mary Roth on

Does your student have behaviors at school that get in the way of his learning or the learning of others? […]

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What if My Child Has Aggressive Behaviors at Home

by KenZ on

When dealing with aggressive behavior from someone on the spectrum, it is important to understand that behavior is communication. Children […]

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Flying soon? 5 Tips to Prepare Your Child with Autism for Air Travel

by Kelli Higgins on

Have you ever been stressed about traveling on an airplane with your kiddo?  Worried about their behaviors?  Concerned about what […]

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