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Stem Cell Therapy To Heal The Autistic Gut

Autism Spectrum Disorder affects 1 in every 68 children in the United States.  Although ASD primarily impacts the brain, children with autism are also highly affected by (GI) gastrointestinal issues that have a drastic effect on their behavior and even speech.  According to recent studies, 9 out of 10 autistic children suffer from gastrointestinal issues…
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Stem Cell Therapy To Heal the Autistic Brain

During the last decades, Stem Cell Therapy has revolutionized the health industry bringing health and recovery for conditions that were previously considered as “ untreatable”.  When it comes to autism, stem cells have become a very useful, accessible, and effective alternative when it comes to easing the three main autistic treats: Gut, brain, and overall…
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Valentine‘s | Date Night Ideas For Parents on The Specrum

For many couples, Valentine’s day represents fancy dinners, gifts, and even romantic getaways. However, for parents, especially on the spectrum, it can be hard to find a moment to relax and to enjoy themselves without worrying about the children. Most ASD parents recall difficulty finding baby sitters, which is another factor why going out can…
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Yoga & Autism | 5 Benefits

Autistic minds can be a noisy place.  Children in the spectrum can have trouble concentrating due to sensory issues, and overloads that can lead them to anxiety and stress. Sports are highly recommended to ease stress and improve focus, however, due to motor skills and physical coordination challenges, it can be hard for children to…
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Weighted Pencils: The Answer to Improve Fine Motor Skills

Most parents in the spectrum report that tasks related to fine motor skills can be a challenge for autistic children. Drawing, and writing can be difficult however, weighted pencils have shown to be the answer to improve hand coordination. What Are Weighted Pencils?  Weighted pencils are considerably heavier and thicker than a regular pencil, thus…
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Top 5 New Years Resolutions For ASD Mommies 

With the New Year just starting, yearly resolutions and goals emerge. For most people things like working out, and eating healthier come at the top of the list. However, for parents with children on the spectrum, priorities can be way too different and so can be the goals. Today, we want to help you make…
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Holiday Tips For Families in The Spectrum

December is here, and with it, the holiday season. Lots of celebration, lights, and fun. For most families, Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year. However, for families in the spectrum, this can represent a lot of changes, stimuli, and unwanted meltdowns. Today we will share with you a few helpful tips that…
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Thanksgiving Hacks For Autistic Parents

Thanksgiving is finally here! All the excitement, food, and family gatherings can make these celebrations one of the most anticipated ones of the year. However, for families on the spectrum, all these schedule changes, new meals, and visits can represent a huge challenge. Thankfully, it is possible to have fun and ease these issues, and today we will share a few…
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How Parents Can Support Autistic Children With Online School

Covid-19 has come to completely transform our lives. With most activities suspended and taken on remotely, most parents suffer the consequences. Poor concentration, difficulty focusing on the screen, and even home distractions can be overwhelming for autistic children.  Today, we will share with you a few tips on how to deal with the most common…
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Autism Parenting: Why Does My Child Flap His Hands?

Kids with autism have several quirks that non-autistics consider strange. Hand flapping, fixations, and echolalia can be some examples of ASD unique conduct. Today, we will analyze the reason behind those conducts as well as ways to prevent it. The Reason Behind Common ASD Conducts and Behaviors 1.- Lack of Eye Contact: A lot of autism…
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