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Autism Bracelets

Autism bracelets are important identification tools for children on the spectrum. They provide the necessary information in difficult social situations and emergencies, but also promote the acceptance of autism spectrum disorder. Here’s what you need to keep in mind when

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Geniuses With Autism

Many people think that autism spectrum disorder is linked to intellectual disability. But although individuals with autism may lack communication and social skills, they don’t necessarily have learning difficulties.    In fact, many are high functioning and use their unique

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25 Autism Charities

With over 3,000 children receiving an autism diagnosis every year, New Jersey has one of the highest rates of autism in the country. Fortunately, there are many local and national charities you can donate to and support the autistic community. 

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High-Functioning Autism and Anger

Children with high-functioning autism have better cognitive and communication abilities than others on the spectrum, but they still face many challenges like anxiety, frustration, and anger. Continue reading to find out what are the typical anger issues among high-functioning autistic

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Regressive Autism

Up to 50 percent of all autism diagnoses are considered to be of the regressive type, where a child seems to develop normally but then suddenly loses some of their acquired skills. In this article, we take a closer look

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ABA Therapy Horror Stories

Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is an effective and safe therapy for autism. But if a therapist is not qualified and not right for your child, the treatment may become harmful and cause new problem behaviors. Keep on reading to find

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