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Blessed With Two

On 25th March, 2012, I became a mother to twins, Riley and Gracie. It was the best day of my life. When they were a year old, I became concerned. They didn't respond to their names, and they wouldn't make eye contact no matter how funny I tried to be — making faces and blowing raspberries...

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5 Tips for Surviving Puberty

Puberty is a difficult time for everyone involved, and it can be especially trying for teens with autism. Here are some tips to help get you through it.

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Children on the spectrum engage in many behaviors that can be incredibly stressful to their families, but among the most stressful is wandering, or leaving a safe space without the knowledge of caregivers. This behavior can be dangerous due to weather, traffic, and oftentimes an inability to communicate with people who can help. Preventing this behavior is key, but sometimes that fails.

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