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AADigest: September – October 2012

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The Way I See It – A Social Teenager Trapped Inside Temple Grandin, PhD

Social Skill Strategies – When Things Don’t Go My Way Katie Brady, LCSW

Perspective – Being Social Begins with Thinking Social Ellen Notbohm, BS

The First Year – Change Your Diet, Change Your Life Jamie Pacton, MA

Sensory Solutions – Sensory-based Motor Disorders: Dyspraxia Lucy Jane Miller, PhD, OTR and Britt Collins, MS, OTR

Transition to Adulthood – Safety Skills for Individuals with ASD James Ball, EdD, BCBA-D


Autism Around the World – Kenya Elizabeth Irish, MLS, AHIP

Teacher to Teacher – Five Little Things that Make a Huge Difference for Students with ASD Lydia Wayman

Inspire – When in Rome… Sara Winter


Recognizing and Responding to Anxiety and Depression
Be proactive! Help your loved one with AS fend off and deal with depression and anxiety using the practical strategies outlined in this article.
Richard Bromfield, PhD

The Social Magic of Facebook for Adults on the Spectrum
Many of the social difficulties individuals with HFA or AS experience are alleviated in a digital environment.
Susan M. Schultz, EdD and Gloria E. Jacobs, PhD

Is Homeschooling Right for My Preschooler with ASD?
Keep your preschooler with ASD engaged in learning at home with these teaching ideas.
Jeanne Mifflin

Organization: Prepping Your Sixth Grader for Success
Help your sixth grader with ASD successfully transition to middle school with these organizational tips!
Virginia B. Stevens, MEd

Meltdown or Tantrum?
Learn how to determine if your child is having a true meltdown or a temper tantrum—and the intervention strategies that will work for each.
Deborah Lipsky, MEd

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