WHY AUTISTIC EMOTIONS MAY GO UNRECOGNIZED

e-body rte”> Anyone who knows someone with autism knows that people with autism have feelings. Sometimes very strong feelings. Just like everyone else. People with autism can be happy, sad, excited, depressed, frustrated, or angry.But the myth that...

PLANNING SCHOOL TRANSITIONS

Everyone must adjust to new environments at various points of their lives. Adjustments may involve adapting to a new school, a new teacher, or other things that are different than what we are used to. Transitions can be particularly challenging for individuals with...

WHAT DOES MILD AUTISM MEAN?

There is no official diagnosis called “mild autism.” But there are plenty of people of all ages who have been told by someone (a doctor, therapist, or well-meaning friend) that they have mild autism. What exactly do people mean when they use the term?...

DOES MY CHILD HAVE AUTISM?

As a parent, you never want to believe that your precious bundle has a problem. But when it comes to autism, catching it early—ideally by the age of eighteen months—makes a huge difference. But no matter your child’s age, don’t lose hope. Treatment can reduce the...

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