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Autism parenting doesn't have to be confusing so, let us help!
We know having a child with autism can be one of the biggest challenges a parent has to face. We know there are times of sadness, anger or exhaustion, but there are also those unique moments that made your family grow stronger
If you are struggling to get the support and professional guidance you need Autism Parenting Magazine is here to help.
Autism Parenting Magazine provides you articles on:
+Developing Social Skills
+Special Education
+Transitioning to Adulthood
+Sensory Issues
+Latest News, Research and Solutions
+Real Life Stories and Case Studies

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Issue 167 July can often be an extreme month. Days may be unbearably hot. Nights might be filled with loud fireworks displays of vibrant colors. Weekend barbecues or carnivals abound with people, sounds, lights, and scents. Vacations, which are supposed to be relaxing, take us to unfamiliar locations that might include some or all of the above. Additionally, many events cost money, and our wallets seem to deplete with each admission ticket, hamburger, ice cream cone, or hotel stay. While we may think about planning for our summers and putting aside a little money here and there for these excursions, we also need to think further ahead in preparing for our children’s futures. This month's theme is “Autism and Finances: Planning for Your Future.” Although putting aside money for an upcoming trip to the theme park may be easier, saving and planning for the unknown future may be a bit daunting. This issue provides some advice, tips, and encouragement to help you through that. This month may be filled with a whirlwind of outings and sensory overload from all the events. On the other hand, there may be lazy days enjoying the gentle rain, relaxing on a swing, or stargazing in silence. These moments cost nothing, but the memories last forever. Cherish the simple moments with your children, whatever age they may be. Their futures begin now. Happy reading! What else can you expect? - Start Early to Plan for Their Future - An Interview with Dr. Temple Grandin - Piggy Bank Principles: Early Education for Financial Independence - Strengths and Interests: The Building Blocks of Success - Plus many more articles…


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July can often be an extreme month. Days may be unbearably hot. Nights might be filled with loud fireworks displays of vibrant colors. Weekend barbecues or carnivals abound with people, sounds, lights, and scents. Vacations, which are supposed to be relaxing, take us to unfamiliar locations that might include some or all of the above. Additionally, many events cost money, and our wallets seem to deplete with each admission ticket, hamburger, ice cream cone, or hotel stay. While we may think about planning for our summers and putting aside a little money here and there for these excursions, we also need to think further ahead in preparing for our children’s futures.

This month's theme is “Autism and Finances: Planning for Your Future.” Although putting aside money for an upcoming trip to the theme park may be easier, saving and planning for the unknown future may be a bit daunting. This issue provides some advice, tips, and encouragement to help you through that.

This month may be filled with a whirlwind of outings and sensory overload from all the events. On the other hand, there may be lazy days enjoying the gentle rain, relaxing on a swing, or stargazing in silence. These moments cost nothing, but the memories last forever. Cherish the simple moments with your children, whatever age they may be. Their futures begin now. Happy reading!

What else can you expect?

- Start Early to Plan for Their Future
- An Interview with Dr. Temple Grandin
- Piggy Bank Principles: Early Education for Financial Independence
- Strengths and Interests: The Building Blocks of Success
- Plus many more articles…
read more read less
Autism parenting doesn't have to be confusing so, let us help!
We know having a child with autism can be one of the biggest challenges a parent has to face. We know there are times of sadness, anger or exhaustion, but there are also those unique moments that made your family grow stronger
If you are struggling to get the support and professional guidance you need Autism Parenting Magazine is here to help.
Autism Parenting Magazine provides you articles on:
+Developing Social Skills
+Special Education
+Transitioning to Adulthood
+Sensory Issues
+Latest News, Research and Solutions
+Real Life Stories and Case Studies

We want the best for you and your child so join us today!

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