Monthly Archives: December 2013

An upcoming invention

From news right here in my own backyard (Raleigh)… An invention that could help students/adults refocus on the task at hand.  Interesting!http://www.bizjournals.com/triangle/blog/2013/12/fokuslabs-wristband-aims-to-help-you.html

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Watching out for wandering

I know people have varying opinions on “tracking” kids with ASD.  My family has decided a tracker for my non-verbal grandson could be beneficial.  The local police station provides a few, free of charge.  Connor is on the waiting list.  He … Continue reading

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Breaking barriers

Great post on the Autism Awareness Page!This young man has overcome his fears.  He’s breaking barriers, tearing down stereotypes, and teaching others!http://autismawarenesspage.com/x-factor-contestant-breaks-barriers-for-aspies/?utm_source=social&utm_medium=autaware&utm_campaign=x-factor-contestant-breaks-barriers-for-as&utm_term=20131206

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A sense of humor is important

“You might be an autism parent if” was tweeted this morning by @JenCluff.It is a funny look at the truth.  Laughter IS the best medicine.http://mom-ology.ca/wordpress/you-might-be-an-autism-parent-if-2/

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