How to Help A Child With Autism
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Saturday, April 30, 2011
Understanding Children with Autism
When people don't understand about Autism. They talk about children with ASD Misbehaving in Public. There should be more Awareness about the behaviors of Autistic children. If people really knew the frustrations and emotions that these children try to express by acting out or misbehaving they would truly understand. This is their way of communicating and expressing themselves, they don't know any other way. That's why there are parents who are afraid to take their child with ASD Out in public places because, of what others might have to say about our children. I was one of those parents that was afraid to take my daughter out in Public Place because people would stare and scrutinize my daughter, not knowing her disability. Eventually, I overcame that fear of Other people talking and staring at us.
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Parents Devise GPS Device for Autistic Children
After watching The Talk on CBS with Carly Fleischmann, A nonverbal teenager with Autism really inspired me. She's a Blessing and inspiration to us all. Because, you don't talk doesn't mean that you don't have something to say.
Holly Robinson Peete explains the important lessons about family, hope, love and tolerance fill my brother Charlie, the illustrated book based on Author Holly Robinson Peete's own Autistic son. She collaborated with her Daughter Ryan, and the uplifting story is told from the sister's point of view.
Meet Kelly Lebrock, star of the romantic comedies Woman in Red and Weird Science, celebrity host of Autism Vancouver. Listen to Kelly Lebrock's powerful story behind her passionate dedication to Autism and wellness advocacy.