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April is Autism Awareness Month! Written by April 13 in Autism, Awareness

What is Autism? Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) include developmental disorders characterized by significant social, communication, and behavioral difficulties. This...

From a gloom prognosis stems an extraordinary ability Written by January 20 in Autism

Rex Lewis-Clack is a 20-year-old piano genius that is making great strides for the disability community. “One day,...

HBO’s new documentary “How To Dance in Ohio” follows group of teens with autism Written by November 06 in Autism

The young adults profiled in HBO’s new documentary “How To Dance in Ohio” are just like many of their peers....

Barber goes extra mile to conquer boy’s fear of haircuts Written by November 06 in Autism

Mason, a young boy recently diagnosed with autistic spectrum disorder in the UK, was terrified of haircuts and...

‘Sesame Street’ introduces Julia, a new character with autism Written by October 22 in Autism, Kids

As part of the effort to destigmatize autism, which affects 1 in 68 children in America, Sesame Workshop has...

Teaching Your Child to Fall and Stay Asleep By: Rebekah Wotton, M.Ed., BCBA Written by September 13 in Autism, Awareness, Kids, September, Sleep

Bedtime problems, including difficulty falling asleep and problems staying asleep, are a common occurrence in childhood, affecting approximately...

Sensory Friendly Films Presents Hotel Translyvania 2 Written by September 13 in Autism, Events, Kids Activity, Sensory Friendly Films, Sensory Processing Disorder, September, Things to Do

September 26th at 10:00 a.m. AMC Entertainment and AS have teamed up to bring families affected by autism and...

See Through a 4-Year-Old’s Eyes Written by July 31 in Autism, Kids, Learning

Lauren Casper let her son, Mareto, use her camera. It’s a sweet glimpse into life from his perspective....

HEAL’s Great PV Paddle this Labor Day! Written by July 24 in August, Autism, Disabilities, Events, Summer, Things to Do

Now in its 4th year,  The Great Ponte Vedra Paddle is one of the largest stand up paddle...

Finally! A Sensory-Friendly Clothing Line Written by July 23 in Autism, Disabilities, Independence, Kids, Parent Tips, Sensory Friendly

With simple, reversible design features, soft fabric and GPS compatible items, Independence Day Clothing is changing the way...

Two Words You Can Say to Someone Facing a New Diagnosis Written by July 22 in Autism, Disabilities, Parent Tips

Mandy Farmer, a mother of three and proud parent writes about the “Two Words You Can Say to...

Call for Screening: Apraxia Written by July 08 in Apraxia, Autism

Researchers found that apraxia, an otherwise rare speech disorder, affects nearly 65 percent of children with autism. “Children with...

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