Articles About Children with Autism andAspergers Syndrome

  • Asperger’s Hits the Big Screen Three new movies scheduled for release within the next year that feature characters living with Asperger’s Syndrome (a form of high functioning autism) hold promise for expanding public awareness of this misunderstood autism spectrum disorder more…
  • Camping with Confidence Helping Your Child with Aspergers Feel at Home in the Wild Children and teens with Asperger’s can find deep enjoyment in the wilderness. Not only does the fresh air provide a healthy break from too much time on screens but gaining new skills and a sense of self-sufficiency also gives children with Asperger’s a confidence that they may lack in the social world they face at school. more…
  • Coin and Stamp Collecting for Children with Aspergers Syndrome Stamp and coin collecting create new educational and social opportunities for children with high functioning autism. more…
  • On the Road Again The experts at Talisman Programs have helpful advice to share with parents planning a family road trip with a child with ADHD, Asperger’s, and other special needs this summer. more…
  • Traveling with Your Child with Asperger’s As summer approaches, parents of children with Asperger’s may dread the upcoming vacations that other parents anticipate with pleasure. There are things a parent of a child or teen with high functioning autism can do to keep disruption to a minimum and ensure a more pleasant trip for everyone. While not foolproof, the following methods will help parents and children make summer travel a pleasure rather than a punishment. more…
  • Conversation Clock Aims to Improve Conversation Skills of Kids with Autism An innovative “conversation clock” is the latest in a series of efforts to help adolescents with autism spectrum disorder develop more effective communication skills. more…

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