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    Found over at Autism Uncensored on facebook

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    35 Secrets of Being a Special Needs Parent

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    Children with Asperger's and other autism spectrum disorders often have difficulty filtering words of anger and despair. Here is a hands-on activity to help them. Download and print out dozens of paper strips: 1. Things that are okay to say when upset, and 2. Things that need to be "filtered out." Detailed instructions included. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources @Rebecca Porter Inc. Resources.

    Filter the Anger: A hands-on social skills activity to help kids with autism to manage angry verbal outbursts

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    My Aspergers Child: The Rage Cycle in Aspergers: Group Discussion

    The Rage Cycle in Aspergers: Group Discussion

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    Service dogs aren't just for those with physical disabilities - fantastic article!

    Wonder Dog: A Golden Retriever Reaches a Raging Boy

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    My Aspergers Child: "Blind Rage" in Children on the Autism Spectrum

    "Blind Rage" in Children on the Autism Spectrum

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    Many of us have been there. You are out in public and you see a mom, or dad, with a child going into a rage. You want to reach out and offer help, but you aren't sure what to do. Here is what is helpful -- and what isn't.

    How to Help a Mom when her Child is Raging in Public

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    Avoid power struggles ~ Learn how to intervene and establish helpful protocol/procedures. (Blog post from A Peach for the Teach.)

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    Yoga Therapy for Children with Autism and Special Needs

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    Managing Anger in Autism Spectrum - ways to avoid meltdowns and how to help when your student has one avspeechtherapy.com

    Managing Anger in Autism Spectrum

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