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5 Things that Autism Parents Want You to Know!

5 Things that Autism Parents Want You to Know! 1550 1162 Dave Zambotti

Autism is all around us and parents with autistic children often feel ostracized from society. Acceptance starts with understanding and this parent will help you get started.

https://thriveglobal.com/stories/5-things-that-autism-parents-want-you-to-know

Most Badges Require Speaking, but One Boy Scout with Nonverbal Autism has Earned the Highest Rank

Most Badges Require Speaking, but One Boy Scout with Nonverbal Autism has Earned the Highest Rank 599 400 Dave Zambotti

Becoming an Eagle Scout would be hard for anybody. Learn how one boy with nonverbal autism used alternative methods to get the badge.

https://www.cnn.com/2019/07/21/us/ohio-eagle-scout-with-autism-trnd/index.html

The New Dating App Helping People on the Autistic Spectrum Find Love

The New Dating App Helping People on the Autistic Spectrum Find Love 737 492 Dave Zambotti

Everyone deserves happiness and to find love and friendship. This new app provides access to platforms that can help build meaningful relationships with people on the autistic spectrum.

https://www.newsweek.com/new-dating-app-helping-people-autistic-spectrum-find-love-1449552

How Accommodating Workers with Autism Benefits Employers – and All of Us

How Accommodating Workers with Autism Benefits Employers – and All of Us 754 503 Dave Zambotti

Autism is poorly understood and managers are ill-informed about how to accommodate affected workers. Learn these simple steps that can help employers leverage the large group of under-utilized workers with autism.

https://theconversation.com/how-accommodating-workers-with-autism-benefits-employers-and-all-of-us-119628

Natural Disaster Resources for Autism Families

Natural Disaster Resources for Autism Families 328 267 Dave Zambotti

Natural disasters can be difficult for people with autism. It is a good idea for every family to have an emergency plan in place to know what you would do during a crisis or natural disaster. Create your plan with these helpful resources.

https://www.autismspeaks.org/natural-disaster-resources-autism-families

Rolling Out the Welcome Mat for Travelers With Autism

Rolling Out the Welcome Mat for Travelers With Autism 2048 1366 Dave Zambotti

Inclusion is both good practice and good business and the travel industry is catching up. A growing number of theme parks, special attractions and hotels are introducing autism training and providing resources to those in need.

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/11/travel/autistic-travelers-hotel-amusement-parks.html?login=email&auth=login-email

Helping a Child with Autism Deal with Disaster

Helping a Child with Autism Deal with Disaster 2100 1402 Dave Zambotti

It’s difficult to understand why disaster strikes. Children with autism or similar conditions may react in different ways and we don’t always know what they are thinking or feeling. A child with autism may need help better understanding what happened.

https://www.autismspeaks.org/helping-child-autism-deal-disaster

Mom’s Post on Parenting Son with Autism Goes Viral for Honesty

Mom’s Post on Parenting Son with Autism Goes Viral for Honesty 2000 1334 Dave Zambotti

We’ve all seen the stories about remarkable kids with autism. And they should be celebrated. Sometimes an “unremarkable” story goes viral and the honesty speaks for itself.

https://www.goodmorningamerica.com/family/story/moms-post-parenting-son-autism-viral-honesty-63859872

Travel Tips for Parents of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Travel Tips for Parents of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder 2100 1400 Dave Zambotti

For parents with children on the spectrum, flying or making car trips with children with an autism spectrum disorder can be stressful. Plan ahead with these tips for traveling.

https://fox4kc.com/2019/06/18/travel-tips-for-parents-of-children-with-autism-spectrum-disorder

How to Recognize the Difference Between Signs of Autism and Developmental Delays

How to Recognize the Difference Between Signs of Autism and Developmental Delays 800 420 Dave Zambotti

Parents need to be particularly savvy when navigating information related to ASD. Education is important when looking out for early signs of autism and developmental delays, but it’s important for families to talk to their pediatrician as early intervention is critical.

https://www.fatherly.com/parenting/common-diagnostic-mimics-can-confused-autism-spectrum-disorders