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AADigest: November – December 2012

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The Way I See It – Don’t Get Locked into Labels! Temple Grandin, PhD

Perspective – Alike, Not Less Ellen Notbohm, BS

Social Skill Strategies – Learning to Play, Playing to Learn Katie Brady, LCSW

The First Year – One Year Later Jamie Pacton, MA

Transition to Adulthood – Relationship Skills for Young Adults with ASD James Ball, EdD, BCBA-D

Sensory Solutions – Sensory Discrimination Disorder Lucy Jane Miller, PhD, OTR and Britt Collins, MS, OTR


Autism Around the World – United Kingdom Jane Vaughan, MEd, NAS Director of Education

Teacher to Teacher – Lunch Bunch Revisited Sheila Wagner, MEd

Inspire – Fasten Your Own Skates First Meredith Zolty, MFA


Raising Multiple Children with ASD: Finding the Strength Within
A single mother of three children on the spectrum describes her inspiring journey, giving hope to autism families along the way.
Kim Yen Nguyen, PharmD

Preventing Pronoun Reversals
Stop pronoun reversals by employing these techniques with nonverbal spectrum kids.
Kathie Harrington, MA, CCC-SLP

Supplements Can Promote Health in Children with ASD
Improvement can happen for children on the spectrum with the addition of mineral and vitamin supplementation.
Beth Warren, MS, RD, CDN

Advocates, Not Adversaries
A parent, a professional advocate, and a special education director share their insights on how to be an effective advocate for your child.
Amelia Ramstead

Anxiety: Some Thoughts from an Aspie
The author offers four Aspie-approved tools to deal with anxiety over the long haul.
Jennifer McIlwee Myers, Aspie at Large

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