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You’ll Never Walk Alone

From session to session parents share how many times they are judged and told that they do not know how to parent their child.

How Parents Can Nurture Play Skills in Children with Autism

The act of play is developmentally important for children. Interacting with their toys, their world, and their peers is how kids begin to develop critical thinking, empathy, motor skills, and the ability to communicate effectively. For children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, the development of play skills may happen differently, and may follow a different timetable.

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