Best selling toys for autistic children and their benefits

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It is a well-known fact that toys play a great role in child’s development. Recently, we observe high demand for toys for autistic children. Toys can bring not only a lot of fun but also help children with special needs … Continue reading

Playgrounds For Children With Autism

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Parents of autistic children know how difficult it could be to spend time with their children on regular local playgrounds. Children with autism have communication, interaction,and motor movement issues; even innocent play on the playground can turn into a real … Continue reading

Calming Bottles: What is it and Why it’s good?

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Got inspired by an Instagram post about sensory or calming bottles from @autism_superpower and decided to tell our readers why this “calm down” bottle is good and how to do it yourself or together with children. Certainly, there are a … Continue reading

Theme Park Survival Guide: The Autism Edition

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Although travelling with a loved one who has autism may require extra planning and accommodations, you don’t need to sacrifice having a good time. Here are some tips and tricks to surviving the crazy summer months in some of the craziest places on earth: theme parks. Continue reading

Coffee Brings Together Families of Autistic Kids

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One of the disadvantages of having an autistic child is that it’s often hard for other families to understand and relate. In an effort to connect with other moms like her, Jessica Kitney created Coffee With a Side of Autism. Continue reading

Finding the Right Words to Say: Accommodating Nonverbal Speakers

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Families of nonverbal speakers have to work harder than most to create an environment in which the individual not only gets attention, but has their needs and desires met. Continue reading