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A group for all things autism. Share your story, experiences, insights, questions, inspiration and suggestions to help each others. We are just starting to build out this group and hope it can turn into the safest online place for these honest conversations. I chose this online forum because it eliminates internet bullies and social biases, invite anyone who may be interested! You can contact me at @AutismTakeOn 

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The Exciting Ways an Assistance Dog Can Help an Autistic in the Hospital
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Characteristically, a person diagnosed with autism has fixed routines in their everyday life. Any change to this routine can be very distressing, which can mean staying over in a hospital will result in panic attacks or even meltdowns.
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New Ways Autistic Families Can Empower Themselves
Autistic families can empower themselves
Having a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) presents many challenges. As with most challenges in life, it can’t be entirely surmounted without the help of others. However, political whims and prevailing economic conditions can have an impact on programs and services. Even the most effective organizations can lose their funding if funders choose to revise their priorities.
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Ways to Unlock and Manage Your Autistic Child’s Anxiety
Manage your autistic child anxiety
Anxiety is a very common feeling for everyone. We all feel anxious if we are threatened or in danger, but perceptions of what is a threat vary widely.
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An Exclusive Chat About Autism with a Cast Member of The Good Doctor
Exclusive chat with the good doctor cast
Ms. Tomita has a genuine desire to use her time at The Good Doctor to educate not only herself but hopefully others through the show on the importance to seeing people with ASD as whole and complete individuals. She admits there is so much more to learn about the community that she and her coworkers are dedicated to representing authentically.
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The Value of Homeschooling Your Child with Autism Now
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Private programs tend to be economically exorbitant and public school special needs programs are growing in demand and size as the prevalence of autism continues to increase.
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3 Simple Ways to Help Your ASD Child Prepare for Costume Days
Ways to help your child preparing costume
Dressing up is a fun way to teach imaginative play and is often used as a theme at school or daycare. It is also a tradition for those who celebrate Halloween and trick or treating. Recently, my son’s daycare asked that all girls arrive to school in a princess theme costume and all boys arrive wearing a super hero theme costume.
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Ways to Help Someone With Special Needs Spot a Fake Friendship
Autism spot fake friendship
“Hate crime” is a common term used to describe abusive verbal and physical behavior which targets someone on the basis of his/her gender, race, religion, disability, nationality, or sexual orientation.
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Ways Music Intervention Can Support Social Interaction
Music intervention can support social interaction
The significance of putting a melody to these words frees up his cognitive ability and reaches through his autistic mind, allowing perfect speech to emerge through song lyrics. This, in itself, is a little miracle, and for Oliver, one can only imagine the freedom and sheer joy of this flow. It’s like letting in the sunshine from tightly drawn curtains.
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Mom Uses Jimmy Fallon's Contest To Send Powerful Message About Autism
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In an inspiring video, Kate Swenson highlighted her son's speech device.
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