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Helping the Child with Autism Self Regulate
Exploring ways parents can assist their child when they become disregulated.
American Made Toys for Children on the Autism Spectrum
Choose safe toys and products for children that are on the autism spectrum with these sites that have American made products.
Free Autism Information Day in Lancaster County
The purpose of the event is to spread the word about relationship- based approaches to supporting and accommodating children on the autism spectrum.
Focus on All Child Therapies - F.A.C.T.
Learn more about this Los Angeles area not for profit agency that serves the autism/asperger community.
Homeschooling Journey for Kid with Autism
Here is a compilation of homeschooling information I have gathered as we start this transition phase for my high functioning sixth grader at home.
Prepare for Back to School Season with these products
Here you will find a book review, video review and software review for those on the Autism Spectrum getting ready for the next school session. These are appropriate for various levels on the spectrum.
House Rules and Family Experiences with In Home Personnel
Our experience with home therapy including an overview of rules a family may want to enforce for visiting therapists in their home, as well as what agencies require of families when a therapist is at the house.
Show Jo Language Development Books
Reviewing two board books that utilize a stuffed bear to perform tasks done in three easy steps using real photos to encourage language skills.
Leap Frog Toys For The Nonverbal Autistic Child
Reviewing LeapFrog products that are utilized in the home for floortime sessions with Child Development Specialist.
Look Mom! I Have Good Manners - DVD Review
Children learn proper etiquette for school, telephone, meals, playtime and healthy manners in this thirty-minute DVD that is appropriate for those on the autism spectrum.
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