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Resources to Help Kids with #Autism Develop Emotional Regulation

Resources to Help Kids with Autism Develop Emotional Regulation By Dr. Jason Kahn Children with autism often struggle with emotional regulation. Building these skills is part of growing up, no kid is born with these skills. However, for kids with autism, these challenges can often be more acute, leaving parents looking for resources and wondering …

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(PSA) Why Swimming Lessons are Critical for Kids on the #Autism Spectrum

Why Swimming Lessons are Critical for Kids on the Autism Spectrum By: Michael Morris, Goldfish Swim School Everybody in the pool! Yes, that really means everybody. It is widely recognized that all kids need swim lessons. In fact, the American Red Cross says that the number one thing that parents can do to keep kids …

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How to child-proof your kitchen

As with any guest post, the views and opinions don’t necessarily reflect those for The Autism Dad blog. Guest Post by Jack Carter Child-proofing can seem like a hard task, but it is so incredibly important. If your youngster is quickly realizing the fascination of switches and just about everything else; it is time to …

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The essentials for a camping trip with Autistic children

As with any guest post, the views and opinions don’t necessarily reflect those for The Autism Dad blog. Guest Post by Jack Carter The thought of planning the perfect camping trip can be very daunting when you need to take various circumstances into consideration. Regular outings can be hard for families with an autistic child, …

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Resolving Conflicts When You Disagree About Parenting

Parenting is definitely not for the faint of heart. Just when you think you know what you are doing, your child throws you for a loop. Hiding homework. Trying to get out of chores. Getting out all the paints and… you get the idea. What makes things harder is when you and your spouse don’t …

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How to decide if homeschooling is right for your child with #Autism 

Photo via Pixabay by Theresa_Quagraine Deciding whether or not homeschooling is right for your child on the autism spectrum is difficult, and it’s not something to be entered into lightly. There are many things to consider–including whether you’ll need to modify your home in any way–and taking over the way your child learns and receives information …

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