25 Autism PLR Articles

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Here are the 25 article titles in this Autism PLR Articles pack:

A Gift of Sight: Visual Perception Treatment for Autistic Children

Achieving Self-control with Autism

Are We There Yet? Family Vacations with Autistic Children

Autistic Children and the Strain on Marriage

Autistic Forms of Teaching and Tolerance

Bad Apples on the Family Tree

Bottles of Pills: Medication Options for Autistic Patients

Busting the Autism Stereotypes

Dealing with Asperger Syndrome

Dietary Concerns: Glutton and Casein

Doctors and Diagnosing Autism

Eliminating the Source: What Causes Autism

Finding What Works: Dealing with Autism

Know Your Rights: Laws and Autism

My Child is Autistic-and I don’t Know what to Do…

Robotic Hugs: How a Hug Can Help Your Autistic Child

Self-Injury: How to Stop this Dangerous Practice

Sibling Rivalry: How Brothers and Sisters can Cope with Autistic Family Members

Smooth Transitions: School to Work

Sounding Off: How Auditory Stimulation Helps an Hurts and Autistic Child

The Power of Music – Musical Therapy to Treat Autism

The Terrible Teens – Dealing with Autistic Teenagers

The Unfortunate Epidemic: Sexual Abuse in the Autistic World

What is Leaky Gut Syndrome?

When Lying isn’t a Problem: Theory of Mind Difficulties

 

Here is an article sample talk about how to help your child while still dealing with your own emotional response.

Title: My Child is Autistic-and I don’t Know what to Do…

Discovering your child has autism may be a distressing ordeal, and unfortunately, time is of the essence. As a parent, you do not have the time to consider why or how this happened, only what to do next. The most important thing to remember is that you are not alone in your struggle. By researching the disorder and finding others going through similar situations, you can help you child while still dealing with your own emotional response.

Join a support group for parents with autism. You can find these by contacting the national Autism Society of America. From there you can find local branches, many of which offer support groups for parents and families with an autistic child. Being in contact with other parents in a similar situation can not only help you feel less alone, but it can provide you with a myriad of resources. A parent support group will also help point you in the direction of the best doctors, intervention programs, and workshops for both your child and your family. Find a support group for any other children you have as well. Many parents forget that they are not the only ones who must learn to live and communicate with an autistic child. By locating a support group for your other children, you can help them from acting out or acting against the autistic child by teaching them about the illness. As a parent, you must create a supportive environment for the entire family in order to properly manage your child’s illness.

Consider marriage counseling if you are married. An autistic child can put serious strain on a marriage, leading to escalating arguments, neglect of each other, and even perhaps blaming each other for the situation. Marriage counseling from the very beginning can help a couple through this discovery and rough transition, and help build a better supportive environment for your children. Your marriage should not end as a result of having an autistic child, but the sad fact is that many of them do. Prevent this by using one another for support and by understanding that you may need help to deal with one another now and in the future.

Most importantly, start on the path to becoming an expert. Many times pediatricians or psychiatrists are not experts on autism, which can lead to improper diagnoses or incorrect treatment options. As your child’s best advocate, you must know everything you can about autism. Parents of Autistic Children can be a great resource; this organization offers training and workshops. The ASA has a newsletter and also offers a variety of information, from diagnosing to treating. As always, remember that a support group of parents with autistic children can always provide you with books and research that focus on the reality of the situation. Educate yourself and those around you to provide the most beneficial things for your child-love and guidance.

 

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