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Category: Autism Awareness

Why do children with autism love jumping and climbing so much?
11/05/201911/05/2019
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Why do children with autism love jumping and climbing so much?

Children love jumping and climbing, there is no denying it. However, children with Autism, also known as ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder), can at times jump and climb excessively – to a point where parents end up frustrated and exhausted. So why do so many children with autism jump and climb excessively? The answer to this...

Teaching numbers in a fun and interactive way
09/07/201909/07/2019
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Teaching numbers in a fun and interactive way

Teaching numbers and helping our children gain a passion for numbers is extremely important for their future independence. Autistic children in particular need to be taught numbers from a very young age. They need to be taught what the number represent and means - not just which follows onto what or what comes next.

Choosing your (Autism) battles
08/15/201908/21/2019
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Choosing your (Autism) battles

One of the best pieces of advice I can give any parent is to choose your battles and to not try and fix everything at once. Every phase in a child’s development will present with new battles and if you have the “choosing your battles” approach your autism journey will be much easier.

Fine motor activities that can help improve your Autistic child’s hand skills whilst on holiday
08/06/201908/21/2019
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Fine motor activities that can help improve your Autistic child’s hand skills whilst on holiday

Engaging autistic children in activities over the holidays can seem like a challenge but it honestly does not need to be.  It does however require some planning and preparation but it is by no means impossible. Ingredients needed will include:  paper, scissors, stamping supplies, ribbons, buttons, glitter, craft supplies, old cards, old magazines, straws, beads...