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Developmental Delays

A developmental delay is occurring when a child is not reaching specific achievements at the expected times. This could take many different forms including gross or fine motor skills, language skills, social skills, or thinking skills. If a child is temporarily not keeping up with peers, but eventually catches up as they grow and mature, it is not a developmental delay.

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Autism

Autism is a developmental disorder that limits the individual’s ability to communicate and socially interact with others. While it is permanent, conditions can be improved greatly with intervention during the right years in life.

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5 Autism Tips for Trick-or-Treating This Halloween

Halloween is intended to be a fun and festive holiday to embrace being who you want to be. For parents of children with Autism, it may bring on feelings of worry, doubt or uncertainty of how to celebrate. Your child has likely anticipated this holiday too, positively or even with some worry. With a little planning and preparation you and your child ...

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Different Therapies for Autism

Different Therapies for Autism When parents realize that their child has autism, coping with the reality is often difficult. They fear for their child’s future and whether or not he or she can handle the world as a normal person would. Just remember, however, that history is painted with great men and women who are autistic, such as Emily Dic ...

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How to Explain Autism to Kids

How do you explain a complex concept to your child? You likely start by finding out what your child knows, or what the child thinks they know. When your child has been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), it is best to explain it to them. Most importantly, because this is an opportunity to explain this to them correctly and to be sure the ...

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