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How to Prevent Meltdowns and Tantrums in Aspergers Children - Asperger and Oppositional Defiant Disorder

Have a teen? Argue much? There's a silver lining: a teen who talks back may have a bright future. Believe it or not, teens who *successfully* argue with their parents can learn good life skills!

A letter to teachers assisting Aspergers child in academic setting.  I have used this outline EVERY year!

A letter to teachers assisting a student with Aspergers Syndrome in academic setting.

My Aspergers Child: The Connections Between ADHD and Asperger’s Syndrome

My Aspergers Child: The Connections Between ADHD and Asperger’s Syndrome Australia Exceptional Learning Disabilities Exceptionalities

Hitting, Biting and Kicking: How to Stop Aggressive Behavior in Young Children

My Aspergers Child: Hitting, Biting and Kicking: How to Stop Aggressive Behavior in Aspergers Children

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Autism, Asperger's and Homeschooling

Autism and Learning - What is autism and how does it affect a way a person learns? This infographic takes a look at autism and learning. It shows what obstacles people have when they're autistic and what ways they can facilitate their education.

ADHD, Autistic or Sensory Processing Disorder? from Kindergarten & Preschool for Parents & Teachers

ADHD, Autistic or Sensory Processing Disorder : Could your child have sensory processing issues? 1 in 7 children have some sort of processing deficit. So they're not really naughty kids at all.

This infographic tells a story about how parents–with great love and affection–try to help their anxious children. It also tells a silent tale about what those children wish they could express to their parents about how they truly feel.    //...

5 Phrases to Avoid Saying to An Anxious Child (and 5 Alternatives)

5 Phrases to Avoid Saying to an Anxious Child (Infographic) Emotions have a purpose- help your child understand, and be patient with their process.

A weighted blanket can provide a sense of calm for a wide range of individuals, including those with some of these disorders: Autism, ADHD, SPD (Sensory Processing Disorder), Anxiety, PTSD, Insomnia, Restless Leg Syndrome, and many other sleep disorders! It’s almost like a weighted blanket could solve the world’s problems, right?

Why You AND Your Child Need a Weighted Blanket

Weight blankets cause deep touch pressure which releases serotonin, which, therefore, helps with sleep.

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