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High Functioning Autism

High Functioning Autism

High functioning autism is not a single disorder; rather it is a spectrum of closely related disorders that share certain symptoms. It is also better conceptualized as a scale of varying degrees and severities instead of just a categorical diagnosis. There is no blood...

Babies with Autism

Babies with Autism

Infants are, obviously, incapable of speech yet. As such, they resort to other methods to communicate their feelings, wants, or needs. One of these methods is smiling. It is a sure-fire way of getting their caregiver’s attention and care. After all, who can resist a...

Helping Children with Autism Sleep Better

Helping Children with Autism Sleep Better

It is normal for babies and children to have trouble settling or falling asleep. Many infants are fussy about falling asleep, and it may take some time before they ease into a normal sleep cycle. As time goes by, the number of daytime naps they have to take decrease,...

Autism and Emotions

Autism and Emotions

Discussions about disorders like autism and emotions often are rife with stigma and criticisms. There is a persistent belief held that people with autism, due to their limited emotional capacity, unable to feel empathy or feel any emotion at all. However, this is...

What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Mild Autism?

What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Mild Autism?

Autism is not a single disorder; rather it is a spectrum of closely related disorders that share certain symptoms. This is why it is more accurate to refer to these disorders as ASD, or autism spectrum disorder. The spectrum reflects the acuteness of the manifested...

How Do You Raise an Autistic Child?

How Do You Raise an Autistic Child?

How do you raise an autistic child? For most parents who suspect that their child may have autism, the best thing you can do is to start knowing about the condition, and seek treatment as soon as possible. You don’t have to wait for a couple of years just to see if...

High Functioning Autism

High Functioning Autism

High functioning autism is not a single disorder; rather it is a spectrum of closely related disorders that share certain symptoms. It is also better conceptualized as a scale of varying degrees and severities instead of just a categorical diagnosis. There is no blood...

Babies with Autism

Babies with Autism

Infants are, obviously, incapable of speech yet. As such, they resort to other methods to communicate their feelings, wants, or needs. One of these methods is smiling. It is a sure-fire way of getting their caregiver’s attention and care. After all, who can resist a...

Helping Children with Autism Sleep Better

Helping Children with Autism Sleep Better

It is normal for babies and children to have trouble settling or falling asleep. Many infants are fussy about falling asleep, and it may take some time before they ease into a normal sleep cycle. As time goes by, the number of daytime naps they have to take decrease,...

Autism and Emotions

Autism and Emotions

Discussions about disorders like autism and emotions often are rife with stigma and criticisms. There is a persistent belief held that people with autism, due to their limited emotional capacity, unable to feel empathy or feel any emotion at all. However, this is...

What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Mild Autism?

What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Mild Autism?

Autism is not a single disorder; rather it is a spectrum of closely related disorders that share certain symptoms. This is why it is more accurate to refer to these disorders as ASD, or autism spectrum disorder. The spectrum reflects the acuteness of the manifested...

How Do You Raise an Autistic Child?

How Do You Raise an Autistic Child?

How do you raise an autistic child? For most parents who suspect that their child may have autism, the best thing you can do is to start knowing about the condition, and seek treatment as soon as possible. You don’t have to wait for a couple of years just to see if...

High Functioning Autism

High Functioning Autism

High functioning autism is not a single disorder; rather it is a spectrum of closely related disorders that share certain symptoms. It is also better conceptualized as a scale of varying degrees and severities instead of just a categorical diagnosis. There is no blood...

Babies with Autism

Babies with Autism

Infants are, obviously, incapable of speech yet. As such, they resort to other methods to communicate their feelings, wants, or needs. One of these methods is smiling. It is a sure-fire way of getting their caregiver’s attention and care. After all, who can resist a...

Helping Children with Autism Sleep Better

Helping Children with Autism Sleep Better

It is normal for babies and children to have trouble settling or falling asleep. Many infants are fussy about falling asleep, and it may take some time before they ease into a normal sleep cycle. As time goes by, the number of daytime naps they have to take decrease,...

Autism and Emotions

Autism and Emotions

Discussions about disorders like autism and emotions often are rife with stigma and criticisms. There is a persistent belief held that people with autism, due to their limited emotional capacity, unable to feel empathy or feel any emotion at all. However, this is...

What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Mild Autism?

What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Mild Autism?

Autism is not a single disorder; rather it is a spectrum of closely related disorders that share certain symptoms. This is why it is more accurate to refer to these disorders as ASD, or autism spectrum disorder. The spectrum reflects the acuteness of the manifested...

How Do You Raise an Autistic Child?

How Do You Raise an Autistic Child?

How do you raise an autistic child? For most parents who suspect that their child may have autism, the best thing you can do is to start knowing about the condition, and seek treatment as soon as possible. You don’t have to wait for a couple of years just to see if...

High Functioning Autism

High Functioning Autism

High functioning autism is not a single disorder; rather it is a spectrum of closely related disorders that share certain symptoms. It is also better conceptualized as a scale of varying degrees and severities instead of just a categorical diagnosis. There is no blood...

Babies with Autism

Babies with Autism

Infants are, obviously, incapable of speech yet. As such, they resort to other methods to communicate their feelings, wants, or needs. One of these methods is smiling. It is a sure-fire way of getting their caregiver’s attention and care. After all, who can resist a...

Helping Children with Autism Sleep Better

Helping Children with Autism Sleep Better

It is normal for babies and children to have trouble settling or falling asleep. Many infants are fussy about falling asleep, and it may take some time before they ease into a normal sleep cycle. As time goes by, the number of daytime naps they have to take decrease,...

Autism and Emotions

Autism and Emotions

Discussions about disorders like autism and emotions often are rife with stigma and criticisms. There is a persistent belief held that people with autism, due to their limited emotional capacity, unable to feel empathy or feel any emotion at all. However, this is...

What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Mild Autism?

What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Mild Autism?

Autism is not a single disorder; rather it is a spectrum of closely related disorders that share certain symptoms. This is why it is more accurate to refer to these disorders as ASD, or autism spectrum disorder. The spectrum reflects the acuteness of the manifested...

How Do You Raise an Autistic Child?

How Do You Raise an Autistic Child?

How do you raise an autistic child? For most parents who suspect that their child may have autism, the best thing you can do is to start knowing about the condition, and seek treatment as soon as possible. You don’t have to wait for a couple of years just to see if...

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