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Services Not Required
When a child is diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), parents often assume there will be a multitude of resources available in the child's school system. This is not always the case, especially when the school determines services are not required.

Starting a Social Group
When your community does not have a service you need, it is sometimes possible to create the resource yourself. Setting up a social group for kids on the autism spectrum takes some patience and creativity, but with support from others in the community, you can lead your vision into reality.

Still So Misunderstood
While understanding and acceptance of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) has come a long way, there is still a lot of work to be done in educating people about those living with ASD.

Structure, Schedule and Autism Spectrum Disorders
Creating structure and schedules for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) are important. Clear understanding of structure, routine, and schedule are essential to limiting anxiety and frustration and have benefits both at home and at school.

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The Autism Spectrum Disorders newsletter will be sent on a weekly basis covering a variety of topics, including my most recent article. Ideas, questions, and suggestions are welcome.

Surviving the Holidays
Parenting children with Autism Spectrum Disorders is demanding. During the holidays, children and their parents face additional stress of social and sensory challenges related to the hustle and bustle of the holiday season.

Without Passion, Pride, or Prejudice
There is an increasing number of large companies employing adults on the autism spectrum. Specific traits such as hyperfocus, acute attention to detail, and the lack of extreme concern about blame or accolades make many people with Autism Spectrum Disorders ideal employees in many industries.

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