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When Teachers Do Not Understand Autism

by Heather Brummett on October 1, 2012

Today I had an experience and I realized that all teachers do not understand Autism and they need to be educated. My son has high functioning autism. This means he can go to a normal or “mainstream” school and do normal activities but he is not like the other children. He is only 3 so he only [...]

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Attitude is Powerful! Tips To Help Praise and Encourage

by Heather Brummett on September 20, 2012

Attitude is powerful! We have heard it before but do we really think about how our attitude is affecting us and those around us. When I look at my son I see a little man who thinks anything is possible. He see obstacles and challenges as opportunities. He loves a challenge. When I see him approach [...]

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Sevenly Helps Children with Autism

by Admin on July 24, 2012

Whenever we are provided the opportunity to help a child with Autism, we jump on it right away. You’ve probably all seen the shirts and the causes from this astounding company in the past, and this week they are doing a cause that makes us jump with glee! This week, Sevenly are helping Autism by [...]

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Many autistic children often experience some challenges when it comes to communication and language development. In an effort to help them, some parents opt to enforce their child’s language skills by providing some form of instruction to support the lessons that they learn in school. Here are some tips to help you assist your child’s [...]

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Parenting an Autistic Child

by Katherine on February 1, 2012

While parenting an autistic child can be fulfilling, we cannot deny that it does come with quite a few challenges. Here are some tips to help you have a smoother relationship with your child – 1. Use clear and concise words When speaking with your child, it is very important that you use clear and [...]

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How to Teach Your Autistic Child to Communicate

by Katherine on January 21, 2012

It is very common for children who have been diagnosed with autism to have some difficulty in communicating. Here are some tips to help you teach your child how to communicate. The first thing you need to do is to find a nice area in your house where you can conduct your language lessons regularly. [...]

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Encouraging Your Autistic Child to Make Eye Contact

by Katherine on November 4, 2011

One of the things that you will notice when you speak with an autistic child is that they are unable to maintain eye contact during a conversation. This could be due to several factors. One, they may not be familiar with you and are feeling uneasy. There could also be some children who are not [...]

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Communicating with others is not always easy for a child who is diagnosed with autism. Some children may be able to communicate but may have difficulty understanding what the other person is saying while others, may not develop communication skills at all. The level of their communication skills varies depending on the child’s ability. To [...]

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Tips on How to Care for an Autistic Child

by Katherine on October 6, 2011

Caring for an autistic child can be very stressful because of the continuous and intensive amount of assistance they require. If you are caring for an autistic child in your family, here are some tips on how to care for him. The best way to help your child is to make your child a part [...]

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Communicating with Autistic Children

by Katherine on October 4, 2011

As more and more children are being diagnosed with autism, there are more chances that we will get to know them and be given opportunities to interact with them. And because of this, it is important that we understand how to interact with autistic children. Keep in mind that patience and compassion is the key [...]

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