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Holiday Horrors (part one) - Unhappy Halloween
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October 29th, 2013 | (0)

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Who is Halloween for? What’s the significance of Halloween? What happens if you miss it? All questions to be considered when deciding to drag your ASD kid out in the dark with monsters ...


Transition Begins Now!
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October 25th, 2013 | (0)

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Lisa Lightner is a Special Education Advocate, inspired by her own son with special needs. She is on the faculty at The National Special Education Advocacy Institute and is ...


Five Steps Parents Can Take to Prevent Bullying
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October 17th, 2013 | (0)

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Deborah Hammer is an autism specialist with Arlington (Va.) Public Schools. She has worked professionally for over 20 years on behalf of individuals with special needs and their families. Beginning as ...


8 Tips for Changing Clothes with the Changing Seasons for the Child with Autism
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October 10th, 2013 | (0)

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This blog post, which originally appeared on the Autism Cafe blog, is reposted with the gracious permission of its author. Naomi Andjelic Bartlett is the mother of a low-verbal son with ...