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Few Autism Care Tips at Home

Having a child with autism needs to take a proactive attitude to learn about the condition and its treatment. To face many obstacles of having a child with autism, you also require taking care of yourself. You can apply few Home Autism Care Tips for your autistic child. Educate yourself about autism: Contact autism specialist or ask your doctor to discover training about autism and
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Challenges with Autism Treatment

The biggest challenge with autism treatment is that there are so many shades to it. Not all autistic individuals are the same. They may share some habit patterns or traits, but they are very much their own person. So, despite all the theories or assumptions or the body of research that has grown up around autism, there is much more to discover. That is
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Autistic Child and Early Communication Challenges

Autism may often manifest quite early in life and lead to different communication challenges. An autistic child may be exceptionally quiet and unable to vocalize what she wants. Or, unlike regular children who are actively exploring the world at hand, an autistic infant may be very withdrawn. Some of them may start speaking very late, or may not even make the journey from babbling to
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Treating Autism Through Music

Although new in Indian context, music therapy is making its entry in Indian subcontinent too. However, music therapy has been in vogue for quite sometimes and is well accepted as a discipline in first world countries. Extensive research in this direction supports the clear link between speeches, singing, motor activities, rhythm, song related memory and academic memory. Music therapy is used as an initial
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How to Understand Dyslexia To Help Your Child?

Dyslexia is also known as developmental reading disorder and is characterized by problems in spelling, writing and pronouncing words. People with dyslexia can be of average and above average intelligence. Some famous personalities with dyslexia are Walt Disney, Albert Einstein, Alexander Graham Bell, Pablo Picasso, Agatha Christie,etc. It is a lifelong problem and can manifest in different ways at different stages of life. As
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Lets Break The barrier for Autistic child

Whenever doctors break news before parents that their child is Autistic, it comes like a bolt from the blue and the family in most cases is devastated. This is because the child becomes a life time liability for the parent along with recurring lifelong therapeutic treatment. This is the initial idea among parents. Many give up treating their autistic children assuming that there is
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Living With Cerebral Palsy: Key facts

Cerebral Palsy is a medical term associated with an array of non-progressive movement related disorders which stay for life. However, the good news is the condition does not deteoriate over time. It is caused due to damage to the brain during pregnancy or shortly after birth. It is not a hereditary condition neither it is common among twins. People suffering from cerebral palsy may
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Mentally Retarded Children Can Be Joy And Blessing

Initial reaction of family members when they hear about having a child with mental retardation is very negative and for very obvious reasons. It comes as a bolt from the blue as every family sees a new born as a source of joy and happiness. Several researches have been made to empirically find the negative impacts on families with children with disability. Several researchers
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Why Role of Parents Is Important for Their Autistic Special Children?

Every parent wants to see their child in happy and healthy condition and news of suspected autism may come to parents as bolt from the blue. Parents often get confused and go into depression on hearing that it’s a lifelong condition and may come across conflicting advice and views from friends, relatives and even experts in that filed leaving them confused about their autistic child. Many
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Role of Society in Giving Autism Patients Normal Life

Autism Patients – What they need? Human beings are social creatures and people who are weak and lagging behind the mainstream society looks forward to compassion, help, and love.  This should have been the classical case but the real world is far different from what we talk in theory. It is the human society which throws out or shuns people with unexplained or complicated
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