School advocacy support

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  • February 18, 2024
  • 4 min read

It is not easy to advocate for your child at school. To be effective, you must keep your emotions in check, be concise about the issues your child is facing, bring potential solutions to the table, and be willing to wait for change to occur. I will mention some points that how to effectively advocate […]

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Employment and job support

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  • February 18, 2024
  • 5 min read

Finding regular, paid work for people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) can be difficult. Employers are becoming more willing to hire persons with impairments, including those with ASD. If someone is adult with ASD (or the parent of one) looking for work, they should keep in mind that they may have to jump through more […]

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Having your child diagnosed with autism

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  • February 18, 2024
  • 4 min read

Having your child diagnosed with autism can be a life-changing event for you and your entire family, but you are not alone. Autism spectrum disorder has been identified in your child. Some parents may be astonished by the news, while others may have anticipated it. Almost all parents who receive this diagnosis for their child, […]

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Parenting a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) involves an emotional transition for parents and caregivers. This transition is not as natural as the birth of a child, it involves learning to cope with the challenges of the autism disability, its methods, and the evolution of its character. In the US one in every 49 […]

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ADHD and Anxiety

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  • February 18, 2024
  • 3 min read

The connection between ADHD and other difficulties ADHD and anxiety often occur together. When people are anxious, they’re already emotional and on edge. It doesn’t take much for those feelings to tip over to anger. When kid begins to exhibit some of the symptoms of ADHD, it is best to get an ADHD diagnosis. As […]

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ADHD and Anger 

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  • February 18, 2024
  • 5 min read

Take a deep breath. When someone gets angry, stop and take a deep breath. It helps to put some space between you and the anger. Deep breathing is calming, both for you and for the person who’s angry. Explain what you see. In the heat of the moment, people may not be aware of how […]

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