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Autism and Family Life - Autism Spectrum Disorders - About.com
Autism can pull a family apart -- or help bring it together. Here are ideas and inspiration for handling the demands, challenges and opportunities that come with ...
Family Autism - Finding Balance in a Family with Autism
Here are some thoughts and tips for finding balance in a family with autism. With care and love, you can keep yourself and your family strong for the long haul.
5 Tips for Helping Friends and Family Cope with Your Child's Autism
Mar 7, 2014 ... Are your friends and family spending too much time offering advice and too little time providing really useful help as you cope with autism?
Grants for Families Living With Autism - Autism Spectrum Disorders
Apr 28, 2014 ... Yes, there are grants for individual families living with autism. They're not large, and they're very competitive - but they are out there. Here's a ...
Family and Autism - Family Events and Autism
Family Events and Autism. From New Years to July Fourth, there are always holidays and events to celebrate. With a child on the autism spectrum, those ...
Does Autism in the Family Lead to Divorce?
Mar 7, 2014 ... According to a study by the Kennedy Krieger Institute: "64 percent of children with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) belong to a family with ...
Autistic - When Friends or Family Members Have an Autistic Child
When friends or family members have an autistic child, things seem to change. It's harder to find time to spend together. Your kids aren't quite sure how to play ...
Children and Autism - Autism Spectrum Disorders - About.com
What are the early signs of autism? What is early intervention? How can ... Choice/Getty Images. Top 10 Easy Autism Facts to Share with Friends and Family ...
Autism Through the Lifespan - Autism Spectrum Disorders - About.com
Sooner or later, autism will have an impact on your family. Whether you're coping with a mother-in-law's judgment or a spouse's Asperger's syndrome, you'll ...
Support for Parents of Children with Autism
In 2006, I asked families to tell me what's best about their child with autism. Here are just a few of their responses. None of these families sees autism through ...