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Early Detection Crucial for Autism Management

Autism spectrum disorder has no cure. However, intensive therapy can help a child learn a variety of skills, from making eye contact to converse with people. The sooner the therapy begins for a child, the better it is for him/her. It is generally believed that an autistic child should undergo 25 hours of therapy each…

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    Screening for ASD Diagnosis

    There are several concerns while labeling a child as autistic. The sooner the diagnosis, the earlier interventions can begin. In fact, evidence gathered over the last 12 years suggest that at least two years of early intervention during preschool years lead to improved outcomes in most of the children having autism spectrum disorder (ASD). As…

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    Tips to Choose an ASD Children Activity

    Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) need fun activities that are both challenging and fun at the same time. Autistic children need to do this on a regular basis. But the challenge for most parents, educators and caregivers is to find the proper ASD children activity that offers the right balance of fun and learning….

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    Fun Activities for ASD Children

    Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a harsh reality these days. At least one in every 68 children in the US is affected with ASD and instances are growing fast. But if you are a parent or caregiver of a child, working on autism therapy that often includes fun activities, need not be a chore. In…

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    Long-term ASD Therapy for Children

    Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has no cure. But there are several interventions that reduce the symptoms, often to a great extent. Communication and social challenges are part of autism diagnosis, and as a result, speech language and behavioral therapy are the typical components of a treatment plan. But the frustration for parents, and the challenge…

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    Sensory-Based Therapy for Autism Spectrum Disorder

    Sensory-based therapy for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) concentrates on improving or correcting the body’s unusual response to external stimuli. All of us experience the world through five senses. These are smell, touch, sight, sound, and taste. We use these senses to interpret and react to the surroundings, based on the information collected by the brain. For…

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    Smartphone and Tablet Autism Spectrum Disorder Apps

    There are several autism spectrum disorder apps that impart academic, social, communication and daily living skills to autistic children. These apps are of immense help to the parents and caregivers. Some even help in finding information about how to support an autistic child. But how does one choose the correct app?  Selecting the appropriate autism…

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    Fun Activities for Autistic Teens

    Like we already said before, the number of children affected with autism spectrum disorder is growing every year. It’s conservatively estimated that at least one in every 68 children in the US has autism. These kids grow up to be autistic teens and have to often struggle with their social skills and communication. They also…

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    Social Skills Activities for ASD Children

    Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), at elementary school level, usually stand out of their peers and are often subject to social isolation and bullying. Social skills activities help autistic children to develop the basic functions to forge relationships. At the same time, such children may feel they are falling behind when the motor skills…

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    Animal-Assisted Therapy for Autism Spectrum Disorder

    Animals can play several roles, especially in the life of a person who is not neuro-typical, from brightening their day to keeping them away from harm. It’s also usually suggested that animals like dogs and horses to dolphins, can actually provide a therapy to a person. This, in scientific circles, is called animal-assisted therapy. It…

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