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Month: February 2016

Autism WanderingHow to Respond to Autism Wandering

Autism wandering is a worry for every parent of a child with autism. Just this year, a 5-year-old boy wandered away from his elementary school and was found alone on the street by a concerned citizen. Thankfully the boy was okay, but this same scenario has played out hundreds of times, often with a very […]

Read MoreAutism WanderingTools Give Families Peace of Mind When Children with Autism Start Wandering

Parents who have a child with autism know their job is harder than the average mother or father. In addition to dealing with sensory issues, routines, and therapy, many children with autism have a habit of wandering. Despite the parents best efforts to keep eyes on the child at all times, it only takes a […]

Read MoreAutism Service DogsAutism Service Dogs Save Lives

Meet the furriest superhero you will ever come across: the autism service dog. Did you think service dogs were reserved for the blind? Did you know these heroes also serve children who have been diagnosed with autism? While autism holds a wide spectrum, there are devastating cases where children are completely non-verbal or are at […]

Read MoreAutism Service DogsAutism Seizure Alert Service Dogs Save Lives

Service dogs have been rising in popularity in recent times, mostly due to a new understanding of the diverse skills that dogs are capable of. Autism service dogs have been steadily gaining recognition for their assistance of people with autism. These dogs provide tactile stimulation, companionship, physical assistance, and security – besides all that, some even save lives […]

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