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Does my child actually have a speech delay? (Part 2)

In Part 1 we reviewed early stages of speech development. Part 2 is for individuals who have shown that can either put sounds together, say individual words, put words together, formulate sentences (whether echolalic or spontaneous)

Does my child actually have a speech delay? (Part 1)

This checklist was created to help you understand the first phases of speech development. Behaviors you see today may actually be signs of developing speech.

Autism activities: The benefits of downtime for children with autism

Looking for worthwhile activities for your autistic child during his free time? Read about the research pointing to the benefits of downtime and unguided discovery.

Autism and fussy eaters: how to help them overcome their sensory problems

5 protocols we recommend to help your fussy eater open up to a larger selection of foods. Sensory Enrichment Therapy have helped many autistic persons overcome the sensory issues that prevented them from being able to enjoy a variety of foods.

How to reduce anxiety symptoms at school and home for your child with autism

School is often a loud and busy place with many transitions. Here are some ideas that may help you to reduce your child’s anxiety at school.

Soft touch on the forearm linked to social awareness and emotions

Soft touch on the forearm evokes an individual’s awareness of others and promotes emotional control. Autism therapies should include protocols to rehabilitate the sense of touch in order to facilitate the development of social awareness.

Children with autism benefit from physical exercise

Children with autism tend to progress faster when they participate in regular physical exercise.