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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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Behavioral Characteristics of Teens with Autism

by Katherine on August 17, 2011

While autism is generally discovered in younger children, it is not unusual that some children may have missed being diagnosed until their teenage years. If you suspect that your teenage child is affected by autism, here are some behavioral characteristics that you need to watch out – 1. Having Little to No Friends People with [...]

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As we all know, autistic children crave for structure and routine in their daily lives. It makes them feel comfortable and it gives them a sense of security when they know what will happen in the exact moment it will happen. To help achieve this, it is best that you create a daily schedule which [...]

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The Advantage of a Visual Schedule

by Katherine on March 4, 2011

To help your autistic child get through his day, it is a good idea to create a visual schedule of his activities for the day. Put it in a place where he can easily see it and make sure that he know where it is. It is a good idea to have him look at [...]


Autistic Children Need a Consistent Routine

by Katherine on February 8, 2011

Unlike other children, autistic children need a regular and consistent routine as it is very important for them to know what to expect and when to expect it. They look for consistency in their daily activities and are reassured by the fact that they know what will happen next. Autistic children feel very uncomfortable with [...]

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