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Try our top 4 tips when your child a meltdown

For an autistic child, an explosion of anger or frustration is almost a daily occurrence. However, if parents can’t ascertain the difference between a temper tantrum and a meltdown, it can prove difficult to manage. Although both tantrums and meltdowns…

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You can have a positive a relationship with your child. Read our tips for maintaining a positve relationship with your autistic child.

See the difference a positive relationship can make

Raising an autistic child presents a unique set of challenges. One of the most difficult is developing strong relationships between all family members. If your child is on the spectrum, these usually tight bonds can become quite strained. However, with…

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Strong Connections

WE ARE ADVOCATING STRENGTH IN THE AUTISM COMMUNITY

TO EMPOWER, EMPATHASIZE, EDUCATE AND BRING CHANGE

SO EVERY PERSON KNOWS THEY ARE UNIQUE AND WE CARE

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my story - a 3-part series about Crystel's autism journey

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