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  • Sensory Enrichment Therapy: A New Approach

    Children with autism often have sensory issues. They may be sensory seeking, or they may be sensory avoiding or even a little of both. For a child […]

  • My Fear

    Why am I afraid of spiders? Why am I afraid of losing? Why am I afraid of you? Because what I fear most of all is the judgment, an overbearing wall […]

  • Calming Self-Injurious Behavior with a Simple Touch

    The hardest part of treating people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is observing self-injurious behavior. It is especially difficult for the […]

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  • The Four Words a Momma’s Heart Longs to Hear
    by Julie Hornok on May 15, 2018 at 4:53 pm

    Guest blogger:  Julie Hornok   There are many rights of passage as a mom. Holding your baby for the first time, seeing your baby’s first toothless grin, and watching your baby take his first steps. But nothing can compare to the first time you hear the four most beautiful words coming from your child:  “I […]

  • Managing a Marathon Mindset
    by Julie Hornok on April 30, 2018 at 7:24 pm

    Guest blogger: Julie Hornok   Two weeks after my daughter, Lizzie’s, official autism diagnosis, I hit a wall. I woke up each morning with bloodshot eyes from late night hours spent on the internet. Researching was my full-time job now, although the knowledge I gained about Lizzie’s condition was a double-edged sword. I knew about […]

  • In the United States, Autism Prevalence Has Increased to 1 in 59 Children
    by Lori McIlwain on April 26, 2018 at 8:53 pm

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  • The Day I Thought I Could Fix Autism
    by Julie Hornok on April 17, 2018 at 1:38 pm

    Guest blogger: Julie Hornok   When my daughter, Lizzie, was eighteen-months-old and still not able to speak a single word, I blamed myself. I was so busy catering to the every need of my demanding three-year-old that I often left Lizzie playing contently alone. She was the easy child, and for that I was grateful. […]

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