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Groups for Autistic Children Help Remove Barriers

The development of social skills is a deficit common among children and teens with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). However, this challenge doesn’t necessarily mean they don’t wish to socialize with their peers and other people around them. The goal of autism social groups is to provide autistic individuals with the tools and support they need […]

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Occupational Therapy For Kids That Don’t Want OT

If you are observant, some children would frequently say “no” to what their parents (or other adults in their surroundings) ask of them. Sentences like “No, I don’t want to do it” or “No, I find it too hard to do” are a staple in their conversations. In science, this condition is called Pathological Demand […]

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