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10 THINGS AUTISM PARENTS CAN DO TO HELP THEIR CHILDREN RIGHT NOW

I was an Autism parent – a mother of a son who was once autistic. Our son used to be a non-verbal, unreachable little boy who was lost in his repetitive behaviour. Today our son is no different to his peers and ready to lead a happy life. What didn't happen over-night, was bringing our son...

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Birthday Parties With Autism

Recently our son celebrated his 8th birthday. Fifteen children, his friends, came to the party. The entire time, my husband and I had to pinch ourselves that this is really happening. It made us think how our son's birthday parties used to be. For the first ever 'party', when our son was four...

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Child Friendly Approach Outside Your Home

Today I’d like to tell you about how we were dealing with different issues, which our son suffered while deep in his autism and outside our home. During the recovery we were practising the Son-Rise Program at home so our son spent lots of hours in his Son-Rise playroom, which he loved. And out...

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Getting ready for Christmas - Advent Calendar

With Christmas fast approaching, you might be thinking of getting an advent calendar ready for your child. If you'd like to skip those that are overloaded with run of the mill chocolate, which isn't healthy, let me share some ideas with you. Since our son loves an advent calendars, we are having...

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Christmas and the Diet

A lot of people who don't follow our son's diet tend to feel sorry for him, because he's not able to have any 'goodies'. Especially at birthday parties, Easter or now with Christmas approaching. That's why I am trying to put more recipes on www.parentautism.com. They aren't complicated or...

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Support from School

Today I would like to share my experiences with Tommy's schooling. When my son was 2.5 to 3 years old and on his way into autism, he attended pre-nursery which is part of the British International School where he now attends Year 2. His pre-nursery teachers could clearly see he was different...

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Interview with Dr. Irina Schurov

Dr. Irina Schurov is a Certified Nutrition and Health Coach with a PhD from Cambridge University in Neuroscience. Based in Swizerland, Dr. Schurov came to hear of our journey with autism and invited me to an interview with her, for her "Positive Parents" series, which is designed to inspire...

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When is a good time to help your child recover?

Sometimes I organise little meetings for people who are interested in hearing about our experience of autism and what helped our son. It's always great to meet mums who are new to autism. Our success gives hope and inspiration, whereas before the mums may have felt alone, and believed nothing...

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Patience with Autism

I'd like to stress how important it is to be patient on our way to recovering our children from autism. Often parents adopt the right diet, but if they do not see obvious results in 3 to 4 weeks, they stop it, and say "it's not working". Please be aware that a good diet is working even if it...

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