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Improving Emotional Self-Regulation in ASD Children

Is your child crying uncontrollably upon something outside your control? Have you seen him/her burst in tears over small inconveniences? Has she/he ever been aggressive to you without a reason? Probably for most parents, this is a scenario that has been seen occasionally, but for parents on the spectrum, this can happen regularly.  The reason,…
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Nonverbal Autism: Symptoms, Diagnosis, & Therapies

Autism Spectrum Disorder is an umbrella used to identify a variety of neurodevelopmental disorders. Communicational and verbal challenges are common among children on the spectrum, and they range from mild to severe. Today, we will analyze the challenges, symptomatology, diagnosis, and therapies to ease and improve communication. Symptoms of Nonverbal Autism The main symptom to…
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Ion Cleanse: A Total ASD Detox Through The Feet

The body is naturally equipped with systems that help eliminate toxins. Unfortunately, the level of toxins in the environment typically overwhelms the body’s ability to detoxify itself. ASD children are genetically more susceptible to oxidative damage and environmental toxins than children with typical development. The reason behind this is because they often have interferences within…
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Delicious ASD-Friendly Dessert Recipes

Made out of sugar and artificial flavors,  empty calories, and almost no nutrimental intake, candy is probably the most popular children’s treat in the world.  For neurotypical children, candies and treats represent a risk of cavities, obesity, and diabetes. But for children on the spectrum, it can additionally lead to increasing autistic behaviors and more…
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Is Your Child Underweight? These Foods Will Help!

Are you concerned about your child’s nutrition and weight? If so, you are not alone. Close to 80% of autistic children are reportedly suffering from picky eating and sensory issues that make eating a challenge itself. Additionally, and contrary to neurotypical children, children on the spectrum are not supposed to eat most of the things…
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My Stem Cell Therapy Experience At WSCC

As many of you know, I have been a part of the World Stem Cells Clinic team for about a year and a half, but I hadn’t experienced what it was like to receive SCT, until 10 days ago.  As a community manager, I get to answer patients’ questions and inquiries, and most of them…
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5 Tools To Drastically Improve Your Child’s Relationship with Food

 According to recent studies, more than 80% of autistic children experience challenges when it comes to food. Picky eating, sensory issues, and overall behavioral challenges are some of the reasons why nutrition becomes a hard task for parents on the spectrum.    Today we will analyze the latest (worth-buying) tools that will facilitate your child‘s…
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5 Sensory Weekend Activities for Autistic Children!

Weekends are one of the most anticipated times of the week. Both children and parents look forward to these days to practice fun activities and relax.  On the other hand, for families on the spectrum, most of the common “fun” activities like going to the movies, to the mall, or even playing in the park’s…
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6 Signals Your Child Needs More Structure

It is well known that autistic children thrive in organized-scheduled structures because it gives them a sense of certainty and recognition. However, when we fail in providing them the right structures, they will express it in different ways that might not necessarily look like tantrums or bad behaviors. Today we will explore some signs/red flags…
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Supporting Your ASD Child’s Nutrition

Proven Strategies That According to ASD Nutritionists Work Picky eating is one of the most common problems in ASD families. Sensory issues, physiological barriers, and oral-motor dysfunctions can be the causes that combined lead to more than 87% of autistic children to food selectivity. What Is Food Selectivity?  Food selectivity goes far beyond being a…
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