Articles in Blogs

Blogs written by individuals and shared with the autism community.

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by Eric Hollander, MD on August 24, 2021
by Eric Hollander, MD on August 24, 2021
Introduction In recent history, autism has been identified in several gifted artists and scientists, although it is more generally associated with severe and impairing conditions... Read full article
by Zeinab Ali on June 04, 2021
Why I’m becoming an Autistic role model
by Zeinab Ali on June 04, 2021
In this blog, Zeinab Ali, Digital Marketing and Membership Administrator at Inclusive Employers, reflects on her own journey into employment and the work that still needs to be done by employees to close the Autism Employment Gap.... Read full article
by Chris on May 25, 2021
Understanding Autistic Empathy
by Chris on May 25, 2021
There exists a widespread myth that Autistic people have no sense of empathy. There’s no one source to this myth as it is a complicated issue.... Read full article
by Brad Mason on May 04, 2021
by Brad Mason on May 04, 2021
Perseveration becomes a problem when it interferes with normal life activities. Especially it becomes a problem when someone gets “caught in a loop,” and it involves escalating emotions.... Read full article
by Andrea Talpos, M.Ed, BCBA on April 01, 2021
Play Strategies to Enhance Language and Communication Skills in Children with ASD
by Andrea Talpos, M.Ed, BCBA on April 01, 2021
Embedding play in learning is the best way to create a fun and stress-free experience when teaching children new skills. Integrating play focused strategies in therapies help children with ASD acquire language and communication skills quicker.... Read full article
on March 02, 2021
The decisions children make when they’re young likely will have little bearing on their future... Read full article
by Viktor Sander on December 08, 2020
Aspergers & No Friends: Reasons Why and What To Do About It
by Viktor Sander on December 08, 2020
“How do you deal with feeling like you have no friends? I usually don’t bother trying to make small talk, but being socially isolated makes me depressed. I want to figure out why I have no friends and how to make some.”... Read full article
by Canopy Children's Solutions on November 05, 2020
WHEN BEHAVIOR TELLS A DEEPER STORY
by Canopy Children's Solutions on November 05, 2020
Sometimes difficult behavior is a child's way of letting others know about other things happening in their lives. Learn about the signs and ways you can spot these silent cries for help.... Read full article
by Amy Phipps on October 04, 2020
by Amy Phipps on October 04, 2020
Our introduction to DnD came two years ago when I read an article about the positive impact of DnD for people with autism. So when a friend of ours wanted to teach his daughter how to play I asked if we could join in.... Read full article
by AngelSense on September 01, 2020
by AngelSense on September 01, 2020
We’ve included information to help you gain a better understanding of the autism levels of severity, the difference between high and low level autism, the signs and symptoms of low functioning autism, and treatment and safety options.... Read full article
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