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Tommy Laroo ALWAYS gets told what to do!

Get your copy now! Tommy Laroo is a smart, precocious, non-verbal autistic boy who is always getting bossed around, smothered with questions or loaded…

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Fun and Exciting Activities for Children With Autism

Everyone loves crafting. These¬†activities for children with autism create the perfect opportunity for kids to explore their senses through colors and shapes. Craft activities…

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8 Can’t-Miss Tips for Language Development

Parents instinctively understand that language development is important for their children. It’s natural to start talking to your baby as soon as it’s born….

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The Essential Play Therapy Toolbox

Play therapy is an effective way to improve social communication and language development. The beauty of play therapy is that it’s fun for both…

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A Great Idea for Improved Social Communication With Law Enforcement

Many children on the autism spectrum need help with social communication. For most families, a lag in language development is the first indication their…

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5 Smart Ways To Keep Christmas Merry for a Child With Autism

Christmas and related holidays are a wonderful time for children and their parents. It’s the kind of occasion that forms memories that stay with…

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Helping Your Autistic Child Rule Tomorrow’s Job Market

It can be difficult for parents to settle on a single form of autism therapy. Every child is different, and the kind of language…

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Watching Out for Wandering When Teaching Children With Autism

Children on the autism spectrum are more prone to wandering than other children. All parents must be aware of their children’s desire to wander…

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Perfecting the Playroom for Child Centered Play Therapy

Every child needs a place to play. It’s said that play is the school of rules. Children use play to learn about interacting with…

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Autism Play Therapy Games for Learning the Alphabet

Learning the alphabet is the first step on the road to good literacy. Children with autism sometimes have trouble learning the alphabet as early…

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