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What does autism “awareness” mean to you — and to those who think autism doesn’t touch them? My April newsletter feature, Autism Awareness is Not Enough challenges us to move beyond awareness into action. Sign up for my newsletter and its read-it-here-first content each month (or so).
“Those of you who do not think such a book applies to you are mistaken. . . this book is for everyone . . . the coach in your game of life. . . : marvelous, in-depth discussion of the new edition of Ten Things Every Child with Autism Wishes You Knew on Special Needs Book Review.
This month in Autism Asperger’s Digest: “What Tiggers Do Best.” Recognizing our child’s core strengths and using them to push into the realm of the gray is what it’s all about. Equally critical is recognizing that those strengths—things our Tiggers do best—can lull us into assuming that they are automatically able to extend these skills to a larger context. In fact, they cannot do that at all, until they are taught.
If you missed my last newsletter, The Cat’s Pajamas, takes a fun look at demystifying idioms for our concrete-thinking children with autism.
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