Autism Parenting Magazine Back to School Special

As we know, one of the most challenging times for a child with autism is the start of the school year. New classrooms, teachers, peers, rules — it can be overwhelming. Any variation in routine has the potential to create confusion and stress. However, this can often be managed through educating ourselves and careful planning.

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As well as access to cutting-edge information delivered on a monthly basis, you’ll also receive the following bonuses:

Issue 10 – Back to School Made Easy
Issue 22 – Back to School Special Edition
Issue 36 – Managing School Stressors
Issue 37 – Making Educational Strides
Issue 50 – The Homeschooling Revolution
Issue 51 – School: Preparing Your Child for Transition
Issue 65 – Back to School Transitions
Issue 78 – Back to School Success
Issue 90 – Practical Ways to Build Skills for a Lifetime
Issue 91 – Great Back-to-School Strategies
Issue 104 – Transition Strategies For Kids With Autism
Issue 105 – Special Compilation “The Best of APM: Autism Education At Home And At School”

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Listener Q&A – Episode 99

On this episode, I address a couple of listener questions on working with clients in-home on your own, and feeding strategies / ideas with kids in pre-K or ECSE (pre-school, or Early Childhood Special Education).

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Interview With Matthew & Carol Newell – Episode 98

On this Episode, I talk with Matthew and Carol Newell, co-founders and directors of The Family Hope Center. 

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Proprioception – Part 1 – Episode 96

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In this Episode, I talk about Proprioceptive Sensory Processing, and what that looks like with real life examples.

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Autism Prevalence – Episode 95

I discuss the most recent review of Autism Spectrum Disorder in the U.S. by the Center’s for Disease Control (CDC).

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Autism Prevalence in 8 Year Olds

Christensen DL, Maenner MJ, Bilder D, et al. Prevalence and Characteristics of Autism Spectrum Disorder Among Children Aged 4 Years – Early Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring Network, Seven Sites, United States, 2010, 2012, and 2014. MMWR Surveill Summ. 2019;68(2):1-19. Published 2019 Apr 12. doi:10.15585/mmwr.ss6802a1

Autism Prevalence in 4 Year Olds

Shaw KA, Maenner MJ, Baio J, et al. Early Identification of Autism Spectrum Disorder Among Children Aged 4 Years — Early Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring Network, Six Sites, United States, 2016. MMWR Surveill Summ 2020;69(No. SS-3):1–11. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15585/mmwr.ss6903a1external icon.

 

STNR – Episode 94

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In this Episode of the Milestones Podcast, I talk about the STNR or Symmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex.  I explain what this reflex looks like, and how it works.  I also discuss options for exercises to do for a retained STNR.

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Autism Parenting Magazine Back to School Sale!

As we know, one of the most difficult times for a child with autism is the start of the school year. New classrooms, teachers, peers, rules — it can be overwhelming.  Any variation in routine has the potential to create confusion and stress. This can often be managed through educating ourselves and careful planning.

Just to let you know you can get all of our Autism Parenting Magazine’s back-to-school issues when you
subscribe before the end of the sale

As well as access to cutting-edge information delivered on a monthly basis, you’ll also receive the following bonuses:

Issue 10 – Back to School Made Easy
Issue 22 – Back to School Special Edition
Issue 36 – Managing School Stressors
Issue 37 – Making Educational Strides
Issue 50 – The Homeschooling Revolution
Issue 51 – School: Preparing Your Child for Transition
Issue 65 – Back to School Transitions
Issue 78 – Back to School Success
Issue 90 – Practical Ways to Build Skills for a Lifetime
Issue 91 – Great Back-to-School Strategies

Don’t miss out signup now at:
Autism Parenting Magazine Sale!

Autism and Early Intervention Services Episode 77

On this Episode, I discuss what Early Intervention services look like, or should look like, for kids with Autism.

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