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  • Autism is a complicated medical condition that requires specially trained professionals for an accurate diagnosis. Untrained individuals cannot and should not label a child as autistic.

    Armchair Autism Diagnosis

    Armchair Autism Diagnosis

    by Theresa Franklin0

  • A helpful guide with illustrations to assist parents and caregivers in determining if a child may be autistic. Here are ten early detection signs of autism to look for.

    10 Signs of Autism: What to Look For

    10 Signs of Autism: What to Look For

    by Joan Dragonfly0

  • We hear your whispers, we see you stare and roll your eyes. We get it, no one could ever be as perfect as you. You have never dealt with a meltdown, but we have. Sometimes we are just helpless.

    My Child Is Not an Animal; He Has Autism

    My Child Is Not an Animal; He Has Autism

    by Kayla Hebert6

  • Women and girls have been left off the autism spectrum for years, but times are changing. Females are finally being included in a world that people once thought was just for boys.

    Women and Autism

    Women and Autism

    by Cynthianne Neighbors0

  • We have become more accepting of children with autism in our communities, but many adults on the spectrum still feel isolated and alone.

    Helping Adults on the Autism Spectrum

    Helping Adults on the Autism Spectrum

    by Diane Mayer Christiansen0

  • In my time on Earth, I have learned a thing or two about coping with autism. Join me on a journey of discovery as I show you how I coped with this disorder.

    How Have I Coped With Autism?

    How Have I Coped With Autism?

    by Erick Hernandez13

  • High functioning autism, or Asperger's, can be tricky to diagnose. This article is about my experience raising a child on the autism spectrum.

    Quirky or High Functioning Autism?

    Quirky or High Functioning Autism?

    by Lauren Walker3

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