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The Don’t Freak Out Guide to Parenting Kids with Asperger’s  -By Sharon Fuentes and Neil McNerney

The Don’t Freak Out Guide to Parenting Kids with Asperger’s -By Sharon Fuentes and Neil McNerney

We don't need 'curing' thank you very much. Most of us are happy the way we are and thankful. We see ourselves as a new human, a 2.0 version, a better, version. What we need is for people to stop trying to fix something that isn't broken, and accept us the way we are, just like we accept all the NTs faults and idiosyncrasies.

We don't need 'curing' thank you very much. Most of us are happy the way we are and thankful. We see ourselves as a new human, a 2.0 version, a better, version. What we need is for people to stop trying to fix something that isn't broken, and accept us the way we are, just like we accept all the NTs faults and idiosyncrasies.

Using Minecraft as a Learning Tool for Children with Autism - LearningWorks for Kids

Using Minecraft as a Learning Tool for Children with Autism - LearningWorks for Kids

Why is Autism So Misunderstood? Sneak Peek of Bright Not Broken | | Jossey-BasEducationJossey-Bass Education

Why is Autism So Misunderstood? Sneak Peek of Bright Not Broken | | Jossey-BasEducationJossey-Bass Education

While many young people know kids with autism, they often find it hard to relate to them. That's because the behavior of autistic kids can seem off-putting and antisocial, even though the person with autism wants to be friends. This is frustrating for autistic kids and for their peers, and often leads to avoiding, ignoring, excluding—or bullying and teasing. In How to Talk to an Autistic Kid, a 14-year-old boy describes what it's like being autistic.

While many young people know kids with autism, they often find it hard to relate to them. That's because the behavior of autistic kids can seem off-putting and antisocial, even though the person with autism wants to be friends. This is frustrating for autistic kids and for their peers, and often leads to avoiding, ignoring, excluding—or bullying and teasing. In How to Talk to an Autistic Kid, a 14-year-old boy describes what it's like being autistic.

ADHD children face a greater risk of being bullied at school. These expert tips can teach  you how...

ADHD children face a greater risk of being bullied at school. These expert tips can teach you how...

difficulty filtering words of anger and despair. Download and print out dozens of paper strips: Things that are okay to say when upset, and Things that need to be "filtered out." Detailed instructions included. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources @sostherapy.

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