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ASD Acceptance in the Workplace

Do you have an autistic colleague in your office? May be you have. May be you have but are not aware of it. May be you have autism spectrum disorder (ASD) yourself. Or there could be an autistic dependent child or adult in your home. Whatever it is, ASD acceptance in the workplace is a major…

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    Teaching Money Management to Your Autistic Child

    Being an independent adult with autism spectrum disorder requires a large set of skills that should be planned over a child’s lifetime. Money management is no different. Autistic persons should be able to pay for items and stick to a budget. Here’s what you can do to impart money management skills to your autistic child….

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    Nonverbal Ways to Connect with an ASD Child

    Connecting with a child who has autism spectrum disorder (ASD) could be quite challenging. But you don’t need to talk, or even touch an ASD child to bond and communicate. You can communicate by the way of your looks, voice tone, body language, and how you touch the child. He/she would communicate with you, regardless…

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    Children and ASD Challenges

    All parents want their children to play, interact, and get along well with other kids of their age. These social abilities develop intuitively among children. For those who struggle in this department, an early intervention can help in developing the requisite skills. But it’s often a major problem for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)….

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    How are Children with Autism Different from Others

    Children with autism spectrum disorder usually display a number of basic and pervasive differences in their ability to learn. While a non-autistic child with development delay requires special assistance to learn, an autistic child may have to first “learn to learn”. Intellectually impaired children display a consistent learning trajectory. They could be slow learners. But…

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    Parental Stress in Raising an Autistic Child

    There are typical challenges of raising a child. But additional variables usually lead to stress among the parents and caregivers while raising an autistic child. Coming to terms with autism is a big challenge in itself, while there are other factors that cause stress and anxiety among parents. Children having autism spectrum disorder (ASD), on…

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    Common ASD Symptoms among Pre-School Children

    Problems with social interaction and communication are two of the main features of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Take your pre-school child to a general practitioner or a health visitor if you notice any of the common ASD symptoms. Seek expert intervention at the first instance as ignorance may lead to compounding the situation. Spoken language…

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    After ASD Diagnosis

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has estimated that every child born in the US has at least 1% chance of being affected with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Boys are four times likely to be autistic than girls. Approximately one in 30 boys is diagnosed with ASD by eight years of age. As such,…

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    Understanding Typical Autism Symptoms

    To be very honest, an accurate diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder is not possible. Diagnosis is always based on observation of an individual’s behavior, development, and communication levels. Detection of autism symptoms is important. The word “syndrome” has been added to autism because the symptoms are both varied and many. Autistic people are a very…

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    Common Autism Characteristics

    Children having autism spectrum disorder often face difficulties to relate and communicate with neuro-typical people. Many of them have several common autism characteristics. Like, when they are babies, they don’t look much at other people, or observe their gestures. They don’t smile most of the time. Also, they don’t imitate others by waving or clapping….

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