How To Enjoy An Autism Christmas Holiday The Fullest The Christmas season is filled with sheer joy and expectation. For most kids, Christmas is a wonderful and happy moment of the year overflowing with lots of energy and enjoyment, from the mystique of Santa Claus to getting presents and meeting[…]Read more
As we’ve figured from my previous two posts, lupus is certainly a condition that no one is happy to have. So far, one of the few things we can do to lessen the patient’s irritation is to provide them with constant support. And what better way to show that you[…]Read more
Previously, I’ve talked a bit about how I started looking into lupus and its relation with different climates. As I continued to do more research, there seemed to be many situations that lupus patients needed to consider. For example, are they allowed to drink? Is the relationship between lupus and[…]Read more
The other day, while I was working on an assignment about immunity, I came across a few interesting studies about lupus. By definition, it’s a disease when the human’s immune system starts to attack our own body tissues (weird, right?) What’s more unusual is that lupus can be linked to[…]Read more
Down syndrome children generally suffer significant delays and problems while learning to walk or speak. Especially in speaking, normally, they are far more comprehensive than they can say. Hence, practicing the right activities for down syndrome kids for certain skills is a vital task for all moms, dads, and teachers[…]Read more
It is not easy to see your loved ones suffering from pain day in and day out. They have continuous pain, which leads to muscle tensions and other tortures. Having good-quality sleep is even hard for them. So, if you are considering gifts for fibromyalgia sufferers, think of things that[…]Read more
If you live with an autistic person and have to care for him or her, you will know that there are lots of challenges and anxiety to face. But I believe that there’s a moment you enjoy happiness and hope too. When you feel tired and need more strength and[…]Read more
Whenever a kid misbehaves, one of the most common disciplines is giving him a kind of physical punishment. However, you will need another approach on how to discipline an autistic child effectively. This is because they are different from other kids.
So, you can’t apply conventional discipline techniques to teach an autistic child. Depending on where he sits on the autism spectrum, he will have difficulty understanding the outcomes of his behaviors. But that doesn’t mean you don’t implement any discipline. Many believe that gentle, consistent disciplines are great strategies to teach your autistic kid control his emotions and actions…Read more
As an autism mom of an 8-year-old autistic son, I would love and appreciate every gift because I know that you care about me. However, if you want to find special gifts for moms, here are 5 coolest ideas to refer to.
Being a mom with a kid on autism spectrum disorder, I know it has never been easy. However, I am always proud of my son. Therefore, autism shirts for moms are great gifts that I always want to receive as it represents my life as an autism mom…Read more
There are lots of researchers studying the connection between autism and aggression. The results show that aggressive behaviors are commonly found in autistic children with slight symptoms and low IQ. The autism aggression causes pressure on those kids and their families.
As a parent, we have to confront our kids with their aggressive behavior on a daily basis. It will be more difficult if our children are diagnosed with the autism disorder spectrum (ASD). It is crucial to understand why they behave aggressively so that we can teach them more appropriate ways of communicating instead of aggression…Read more