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1. Sunwise Capital Now Offering Scholarships
March 22, 2018

Deerfield Beach, FL - The Sunwise Capital team is happy to announce that it is offering a scholarship to a promising student that is diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The company created the scholarship to help someone who would have otherwise not had access to formal education beyond high school. The 2019 scholarship program is a trial to test the waters and see how much interest the public has in the offer. Sunwise intends to expand the scholarship if everything goes as planned. Those who want to be considered must complete and submit their applications by Jan. 10, 2019. The winner... (read more)

Author: John Doe

2. 4 Signs of Behavioural Problems in Children
February 02, 2018

Children are known to be naughty and kiddish with their words and actions. But sometimes, when this naughtiness turns into tantrums it becomes a cause for concern for parents. Often parents take their child’s self-consciousness as mood swings and fail to understand their abnormal behavior. Many times such children are not having an unusually terrible mood swing but are likely suffering from a behavioural disorder which comes enter autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Child psychologist in Delhi says if a child behaves in socially inappropriate ways, like taking their clothes off in public, get... (read more)

Author: jason gonce

3. Milt The Talking Musky Educational Video Proves A Successful Tool For Children With Autism
January 07, 2018

Milt The Talking Musky is a video for pre-school through 2nd graders with a sing along song which teaches 86 Sight Words and read along alphabet, colouring resources, and educational activities all designed to help children learn to read. Milt The Talking Musky is filmed inside a real Musky fish hatchery tank and the visual and auditory stimulation the video provides have proven beneficial for autistic children. As a result, the video is listed on AutismSpeaks.org as a valuable video tool for parents. The benefits were first discovered when a private tutor at Lake Chautauqua showed Milt... (read more)

Author: John Doe

4. Dog Training - Enjoyable Dog Obedience Training Strategies
October 30, 2017

Many people shy away once they assume of training a dog. In contrast to human beings who easily grasp concepts, it requires a considerably extended time with a large amount of repetition to become in a position to successfully train a dog. If you aren't conscious, training a dog is usually a pretty enjoyable activity. I know you will be eager to know just how you can train your dog when enjoying the encounter. This is a possibility. Try to remember, dogs vary in traits as well as the owner is necessary to employ different procedures to gauge the dog's response towards the different strategies.... (read more)

Author: Lein West

5. forget chrome-ZAC browser is all you need
June 02, 2017

The Internet is filled with all sort of applications that you could use in order to browse for information online. Zac Browser is a very nice software solution created for children with autism. It's packed with various tools that you can check out and it has a very interactive and playful graphical interface. The application doesn't take long to install and it doesn't come with a complicated setup that you would need to complete before you can use it. Zac Browser sports a really intuitive graphical interface packed with various nice tools and features that you could use. Its layout covers t... (read more)

Author: Dertz Smith

6. Thehouseofawareness com Offers 15% off on all Orders Till 31st December 2016
November 02, 2016

USA - People who wish to peruse autism awareness products can consider the aforementioned website. It is a dedicated platform that is based on selling jewelry that makes users aware of several causes such as cancer, mental health, heart diseases, etc. Their latest offer on autism awareness allows people to save 15% on all their orders and this has met with a lot of interest from potential buyers. The number of children diagnosed with autism in the USA has seen a sharp increase in the recent times. Coming to terms with the diagnosis of autism can be overwhelming. It is important to seek su... (read more)

Author: John Doe

7. Kids with Autism Get Help from Exceptional Minds
October 24, 2016

For young people who are identified as being on the autism spectrum, growing into adulthood can present unique challenges. However, people with autism can possess special talents. Madeline Petti is an example of how Exceptional Minds,  a visual effects animation studio in Hollywood, California, helps students with autism seek and reach their full potential. “I want the world to know that I like designing things and Exceptional Minds is a place where you can go and you will be...... (read more)

8. Helping children with autism: tips for parents
August 20, 2016

Children that suffer from autism have their own special needs and require far more attention from their parents. If you are in this situation yourself, and your child is struggling with autism, then you must be constantly looking for ways to simplify their life and restore normality into yours. By putting at their disposal a few innovative products with therapeutic benefits, such as the sensory weighted blanket, you will help you child relieve their anxiety and regulate their overstimulated sensory system. Purchase an indoor therapy swing Appearing recently on the market, therapy swings ... (read more)

Author: Fabiola Groshan

9. The benefits of therapy swings for children with special needs
August 20, 2016

Caring for a child with special needs can be difficult, not only because they are more emotionally sensitive, but also because they require a different caretaking approach. For example, conditions such as autism, ADHD or Asperger’s Syndrome will often cause behavioral issues in children, making them feel agitated, anxious and nervous. Dealing with this can be particularly difficult for parents, especially if they do not have any medical preparation or don’t know too much about their child’s disorder. Fortunately, there are items that can make their job easier and help children feel calm again,... (read more)

Author: Fabiola Groshan

10. Kids with special needs and their trusted friends
August 20, 2016

Life with children is hard as it is, but when you are dealing with special needs, things could get even more difficult. It doesn’t mean that your child won’t bring you joy, simply because he or she requires more work than other children. A child with autism for instance can make his parents extremely proud and sometimes, things no longer seem all that difficult. On top of this, today there are all sorts of tools you can use to improve the life of your child and make things simpler for you and your family. Take the weighted blanket for autism for example. People who have already tried the produ... (read more)

Author: Fabiola Groshan

11. Everything you need to know about weighted blankets for autism
August 20, 2016

A weighted blanket is a therapeutic sheet that provides input for children suffering from autism spectrum and other similar developmental disabilities. Unlike normal coverings, it is heavy and it generally ranges between four to 25 pounds. As the name clearly suggest, the bed coating applies pressure, thus providing proprioceptive input to the body. In other words, the weighted blanket autism helps youngsters as well as teens become aware of the position of their body in space and encourages them to roam around the environment. Weighted blankets are used in particular in occupational theory fo... (read more)

Author: Fabiola Groshan

12. Hundreds of Autism-linked Genes Discovered
August 10, 2016

The causes of autism are murky, varied and complex. But researchers have taken a step forward, identifying hundreds of new genes that may play a role in the development of autism — a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects children's ability to communicate, learn and socialize.  Investigators say the genes are not necessarily a direct cause of autism, but could contribute to the condition, meaning the genes that could lead scientists toward finding a cause and, possibly, a treatment.  Children with autism have trouble communicating and socializing. The condition r... (read more)

13. 3 Different Types of Autism Therapies
August 01, 2016

If your child is diagnosed with autism, you are most likely scrambling for information. In the beginning, this diagnosis can seem devastating. However, there are ways to help your child deal with and thrive with autism. While trying to understand the different disorders and treatments available can be difficult, finding a therapy that will work for your child can seem even harder. Helping your child through their challenges will be a lot of hit and miss in the beginning. From visiting the autism treatment center in Salt Lake City to finding the right therapist, finding something that works for... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

14. Common Types of Autism Disorders
August 01, 2016

It’s estimated that 1 in 68 children will be diagnosed with some sort of autism-related disorder. While the symptoms may range from the inability to communicate to sensory issues, each and every person with an autism disorder deserves to be loved, respected, and understood. One of the best ways to understand a person with autism is to learn more about the disorder that they suffer from.  After an applied behavioral analysis in Salt Lake City, these individuals are normally given a diagnosis on the autism spectrum. While not a complete list, here are a few of the most common autistic... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

15. Top Treatment Options for Autism
August 01, 2016

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 1 out of every 68 children in the U.S. suffers from autism. Also known as autism spectrum disorder, autism is a developmental disability that affects how children communicate and relate to others. Although children with autism often experience difficulties learning to talk and in interacting with others, early diagnosis and treatment have been shown to improve symptoms and help these children reach their full potential. Read the following guide to learn some of the top treatment options for autism in Salt Lake City. Ap... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

16. Autism is Today's Reality! New Bestseller Autism & The Rest of Us Dissects How to Create Wonderful
July 28, 2016

The ‘rest of us’ are the people who are in a relationship with someone on the spectrum, whether it’s a family relationship such as a parent, spouse, sibling or child, or a less intimate relationship such as a boss or coworker, or a patient if one is a therapist or doctor, or a student if one is a teacher. The truth is that many people are probably in relationships with people on the spectrum, whether they know it or not. At some point autism touches all of our lives. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, July 25, 2016—It’s estimated that there are 4.5 million people in the United States alone with autism t... (read more)

Author: KJ Newswire

17. Tips When Starting an In-Home Autism Program
July 19, 2016

When your child receives a diagnosis of autism, you feel scared, apprehensive, and helpless. It’s difficult to know how to help your child and ensure that they have a happy life. Luckily, there are many different resources, programs, and tools that you can use to help your child and improve your situation. An in-home therapy regimen is a great place to start. These programs allow you to work with and treat your child in a setting that they are comfortable in. If you’ve never started an in-home autism program in Salt Lake City, it can be difficult to know where to start. Here are a few tips tha... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

18. What Is Autism Spectrum Disorder?
July 19, 2016

Autism is not just a childhood condition; it’s a lifelong one. One out of every 68 children is affected by autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in the U.S. alone, and the numbers of those diagnosed have steadily increased over the last 20 years. There is no known single cause. Although there is no cure for autism, its symptoms are treatable—and sometimes overcome—through early diagnosis, intervention, and treatment. Screenings can be conducted by a counseling professional or organization specializing in autism spectrum disorders in Salt Lake City and the surrounding metro area. The Spectrum Perva... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

19. 4 Things to Remember About People with Autism
July 19, 2016

Autism is a neurological disorder that affects around 1 in 68 people in the United States. While this disorder affects more males than females, it can be a difficult diagnosis to understand and deal with no matter the gender. Most of the time, an autism diagnosis happens before the age of 3. Because of this, it’s difficult for both the child diagnosed and the caregiver to understand each other. While an autism home program in Salt Lake City is one of the most beneficial ways to help an autistic child, there are small things you can do each day, too. If you are the guardian of an autistic child... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

20. ASD: Unique Intervention is the Key to Successful Learning
July 18, 2016

Autism affects more than 3 million people in the U.S., and how it affects each individual is unique. Many of those on the autism spectrum are gifted with skills in music and visual art, others with exceptional academic capabilities. Some may be nonverbal, others significantly disabled, while many of those diagnosed with autism have normal to above-normal intelligence. Today, there are a variety of options dedicated to autism spectrum disorder (ASD) intervention in Utah, from full-day school situations to autism at home programs in Salt Lake City. According to the Centers for Disease Control an... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

21. 5 Ways to Help a Child with Autism
July 16, 2016

According to the CDC, about 1 in 68 children in the United States are on the autism spectrum. People with autism often have a difficult time interacting and communicating with other people, so loved ones often struggle finding ways to help them. Here are 5 things you can do that will make it easier on your child with autism. Avoid Over-Stimulation Many people affected by autism become over-stimulated by sights, sounds, or touch. Try to identify difficult situations, such as a busy shopping mall or grocery store, and avoid these types of places if your child is showing signs of stress. This i... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

22. Treatment for ASD Should Focus on Individualized Plans
July 14, 2016

In 1943, Dr. Leo Kanner published the first clinical account describing children and a distinct syndrome which was unlike other psychiatric disorders previously documented. Kanner chose the term “infantile autism” in his observation-based report to describe the features of autism that are still in use today.   Kanner’s “autism” label has evolved into a newer term that more accurately illustrates a wide range of autistic conditions, called autism spectrum disorder, or ASD. Treatment techniques for ASD children have also evolved as a result of scientific and ... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

23. Finding an Autism Treatment Center
July 12, 2016

When you have a child diagnosed with autism, one of the first things you should do is look for an autism treatment center in Salt Lake City. Receiving therapy and appropriate treatment can help improve your child’s life in huge ways. What to Look for in a Treatment Center An appropriate treatment center will be fully equipped to both evaluate, treat, and support the entire family through each difficulty brought on by an autism diagnosis. There should be a variety of spaces available for providing for your entire family’s needs while also specifically catering to the unique needs of... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

24. The Benefits of In-Home ABA Therapy
July 12, 2016

Helping a child with autism get the help he or she needs to successfully function can be a difficult endeavor for many families. Behavioral episodes are an issue that few families understand, and applied behavioral analysis is critical for helping families to understand the actions of a child who might not be able to otherwise communicate his or her needs with family members. Some children progress well receiving ABA therapy solely in social settings, but others might benefit from continuing lessons in their own homes. Here's how in-home ABA therapy might benefit you and your child. Continuing... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

25. Autism disorders: learning how to live with them
July 06, 2016

Finding out that your child suffers from autism is definitely a difficult moment and means a life changing experience for any parent. However, recent studies have proven that those who are dealing with the symptoms of this condition are still capable to develop emotional connections and lead a life that is a close as possible to normality. So, even if you will have to seek medical advice and invest in products such as an autism swing, in the end your kid will be able to enjoy multiple activities. Experts claim that the skills of parents of children with autism are different from those of other... (read more)

Author: Fabiola Groshan

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