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15 Recommendations on Brushing an Autistic Child’s Teeth

Autistic children are just a little bit harder to work with as a parent, with brushing teeth one of the top problems on the list. Children with autism are hypersensitive, feeling things more thoroughly than the typically developing child. Tastes and smells can become too much. Meltdowns can become commonplace and severe. Parents in such a situation would become extremely frustrated themselves.


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Animals a better Christmas Gift Option than Toys for Kids with Autism

If you are going out for some last minute shopping, celebrate Christmas any day other than tomorrow or want something to add onto what you have already gotten for your autistic child, a furry little cuddly animal might just do the trick. Autism makes children picky about what they like to play with, activities they want to pick up and generally has them reacting very differently to the gifts presented during the holidays than most typically-developing children.


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10 Reasons Why Santa Might be Autistic

Santa Clause is coming to town, but what if he is actually an autistic man who loves doing the world all the good he can. With all the worries surrounding Christmas, a bit of fun is always appreciated. Parents have way too much to cope with as it is when their children are on the spectrum and the holiday season is just days away.


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Research Says Melatonin is Helpful, but Autism Parents Should Be Careful on Dosage

Facing autism, every little bit of information that causes no harm provides a world of help, particularly when it comes to natural hormones like Melatonin. Research has been looking into the pros and cons of the proclaimed sleep aid, in order to ensure every child’s safety, particularly the autistic often prescribed to take it.


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Toilet Training for Your Autistic Tots: What Methods are Best?

If your child has been diagnosed with autism, chances are that you are having problems with their toilet etiquette and potty training as well. From refusing to enter the bathroom to smearing feces on the walls, wet beds and money spent on diapers, this is one issue that can frustrate parents and even siblings to no end. It is no fun having to clean up after a child who will defecate anywhere but where he or she should.


Potty Training Autistic Children