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Raising a Child on the Autism Spectrum

Persistence vs. Perfection… What is the most important quality for an autism parent to have? “As a parent of a child with Autism:  “Do you feel guilty when your child has a tantrum or seems to be in pain but don’t know what is causing it and how to stop it?  “Do you believe at…
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Autism-Friendly Holiday Tips

“Autism does not take a break for the holidays. Although the holidays can be a great time to bond with family, you will know that with a child on the autism spectrum, the festive period comes with its fair share of challenges. Here are some survival tips for the holidays, so you and your child…
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Aggressive Behavior is not a symptom of your child’s Autism

“You might have heard that aggressive behavior can be a symptom of Autism, but the truth is that the educational method and approach used with your child, might have a lot more to do with your child’s tantrums and their intense behaviors than their Autism per se.   “Our children and adults on the Autism…
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World Autism Awareness Day

“Today is World Autism Awareness Day! The latest statistics from the CDC website show that as of December 2021, 1 in 44 people are diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum disorder.   “In The Son-Rise Program® we don’t just believe in raising Autism Awareness, but we believe in the importance of taking actions to support the…
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Raising a child with Autism Persistence versus Perfection

“What is the most important quality for a parent who wants to help their child on the Autism Spectrum? “As a parent of a child with Autism: • Do you feel guilty when your child is having a tantrum or seems to be in pain but you don’t know what is causing it and how…
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Help Your Child Through Whining, Crying, and Yelling

“Here at the Autism Treatment Center of America®, home of The Son-Rise Program®, we want to share some powerful tools and techniques to help you help your child on the Autism Spectrum to use more effective ways to communicate when they are crying, whining, or yelling. • “Be aware of making assumptions. You may guess…
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A Guide to Approaching the Holidays with Your Child

Would you like to move through this holiday season with more comfort and ease? Please know that we absolutely want to help you achieve this. Below, we have laid out some steps that will help you create a fun, relaxed and special experience for you, your beautiful child and your entire family. 1) Allow your child…
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Inspiring our children to try new foods!

“When we are with our children on the Autism Spectrum, we are sending signals and messages to them all the time. Our children are incredibly tuned in to our attitude and tend to pick up on how we feel about certain things. For example, when we fear or anticipate that they might be about to…
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Giving Your Child Explanations

Explanations are the key to opening up countless doorways of success for your child: Before you continue reading this article, take some time to reflect on the question that I am about to ask you. Give this question real consideration and challenge yourself to be honest and thoughtful. After all, there is never a right…
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Language Delay Solutions and Tips

A 2-year-old child is a wonder to behold. Week to week, and even day-to-day, it can seem that the face and body are constantly transforming, and your child’s unique personality really starts to come out. But what if your 2-year-old is not talking yet? What if you’re not seeing all the dynamic changes and growth…
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