Best Books for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Best Books for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Best Books for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder have diverse levels of language and social skills. Reading with your children will facilitate their communication skills. Through reading, they can build any skill such as language or critical thinking or problem solving or socialization. This would eventually develop their advanced communication …

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study on persons with ASD

Effect of Covid on Autism

Effect of Covid on Autism The COVID-19 (C-19) pandemic affected everyone. Especially, Persons with ASD ( autism spectrum disorder) may be at increased risk of experiencing difficulties coping with the impact of C-19 (e.g. due to unexpected changes to usual activities and routines, and the general sense of uncertainty). Therefore, this preliminary study gathered the …

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pharmacological treatment options for ADHD

Evidence-based pharmacological treatment options for ADHD

Evidence-based pharmacological treatment options for ADHD To address the symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), caregivers are frequently advised to use pharmacological therapy. Let’s read and understand what are the proven pharmacological options in the management of ADHD….. This review summarizes available pharmacological treatment options for ADHD in children and adolescents. Also, it identifies …

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Autistic Masking and Trauma

Autistic Masking and Trauma

Autistic Masking and Trauma Autistic making and trauma are a part of an autistic person’s life in most cases around the world. Further, it is an under-discussed topic and is gaining importance these days. Additionally, hiding one’s true identity is an uncomfortable experience. So, think about autistic people and children who go through this every …

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Bilingualism and Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Bilingualism and Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Are you wondering if bilingualism for children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder is difficult? Read original research about bilingualism and children with ASD published by Park at From the instant a child is diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders, parents are required to make countless decisions. Especially, what language to use with their child. Parents, therapists, …

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International Survey of Speech-Language Pathologists’

International Survey of Speech-Language Pathologists’

If you are a caregiver of a person with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), you may have wondered about your therapists very often! Many questions include how often do therapists work with ASD? How many bilingual children do therapists see? What assessment or therapy does my therapist use? Is it standardized? …. . Let’s look at …

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AAC Activities to Teach Pronouns

AAC Activities to Teach Pronouns

AAC activities to teach pronouns Pronouns are one of the most taught grammatical aspects in children. Children start using pronouns at 12-16 months of age. According to Lanza & Flahive (2008), the pronoun development is as follows: 12-26 months – I, It 27-30 months – My, Me, Mine, You 31-34 months – Your, She, He, …

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Autism & constipation

Why do Children with Autism Suffer from Constipation?

Why do Children with Autism Suffer from Constipation? Before I begin sharing tips. I’d like to ask you a question. How sure are you about what and how much your child eats in a day? Does your child eat sufficient fruits or drink water during the day? Without a food diary, we wouldn’t know. It’s …

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What is Neurodiversity Affirming Practice

What is Neurodiversity Affirming Practice?

What is Neurodiversity Affirming Practice? The term neurodiversity is gaining popularity. So, it started in the 90s but it’s gaining traction in recent years. In other words, it is the diversity of human minds. Neurodiversity-affirming practice simply means validating and accepting the experiences of neurodivergent people. Further, accepting people’s ways of thinking, processing, feeling, and …

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Gestalt Language Processor

Is My Child a Gestalt Language Processor?

Is My Child a Gestalt Language Processor? Children learn and develop language in two different ways. There are two ways of learning language namely, analytic and gestalt styles. This article will help you identify “Is My Child a Gestalt Language Processor?”. It is crucial for every parent to know which style their child is following. …

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