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10 Questions Parents of Children with Autism are Afraid to Ask

3 THINGS TO KNOW: They have the wow factor: Wonderful – brilliant – exceptional – unique – gifted – talented – fabulous | Overwhelmed: easily overwhelmed due to wonderful sensitivity to so much of life | Wired in – tuned in and connected to the essence of life – naturally amazing


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Emergency: I’m At Breaking Point With My Child With Autism, What Shall I Do?

STEP 1: BREATHE! The reason parents of children with autism are at breaking point more than most: In families where a child has autism, there’s a 45% chance of at least one parent having anxiety, ADHD, or autism themselves. What does this mean? That there’s a high chance of one or both parents having heightened sensitivity, awareness, and being overwhelmed. And this is BEFORE dealing with a mystifying child!


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The Greatest (And Most Overlooked) Secret to Helping Your Child with Autism

By far the most important step to helping your child is to get to know your child first! In the old days, children with autism were misunderstood and punished for their behavior. | Nowadays, there’s a little more understanding, but for the most part, they’re given solutions and rules to follow (hang your keys here, use this alarm there, etc.) | What’s missing and will get the results you want is the step of getting to know your child BEFORE applying solutions


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3 Keys To Calm With Autism

DISCOVERING THE STRESSORS: 1. What are their blocks? What gets in the way of their peace? Bringing your perspective, how can you help guide them to greater balance and calm? 2. What are their unique gifts and passions? When you’re looking at your wild, out-of-control fifteen-year-old, hyperactive infant, or young child, it may be difficult to see through the chaos to their unique brand of phenomenal, yet it will be there.


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How Can I Help My Child with Autism?

5 STEPS TO TAKE IMMEDIATELY 1. Take the time to sit with your child and get to know him in a fresh way. What songs does he like? What are her interests, and who are her friends? Why? The clues to knowing your child are in a conversation. 2. See the big picture; know your child’s extraordinary talents as well as the struggles. 3. Use the A-List Formula™ as a template for solutions, to give you a clear and easy route to success.


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Why is My Child with Autism Out of Control?

5 MAIN REASONS: 1. Overloaded. Your child will likely be extra aware and sensitive in both their physical senses and emotions, resulting in sensory overload. They may see and do things with an intensity other people don’t 2. Misunderstood. They suffer the frustration of being misunderstood. They’re labelled ignorant when they’re confused, overwhelmed, and trying to do their best. The daily struggle to ‘get it right’ can become too much.


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10-questions-parents-of-children-with-autism-are-afraid-to-ask

10 Questions Parents of Children with Autism are Afraid to Ask

3 THINGS TO KNOW: They have the wow factor: Wonderful – brilliant – exceptional – unique – gifted – talented – fabulous | Overwhelmed: easily overwhelmed due to wonderful sensitivity to so much of life | Wired in – tuned in and connected to the essence of life – naturally amazing


Learn More

Emergency: I’m At Breaking Point With My Child With Autism, What Shall I Do?

STEP 1: BREATHE! The reason parents of children with autism are at breaking point more than most: In families where a child has autism, there’s a 45% chance of at least one parent having anxiety, ADHD, or autism themselves. What does this mean? That there’s a high chance of one or both parents having heightened sensitivity, awareness, and being overwhelmed. And this is BEFORE dealing with a mystifying child!


Learn More

The Greatest (And Most Overlooked) Secret to Helping Your Child with Autism

By far the most important step to helping your child is to get to know your child first! In the old days, children with autism were misunderstood and punished for their behavior. | Nowadays, there’s a little more understanding, but for the most part, they’re given solutions and rules to follow (hang your keys here, use this alarm there, etc.) | What’s missing and will get the results you want is the step of getting to know your child BEFORE applying solutions


Learn More

3 Keys To Calm With Autism

DISCOVERING THE STRESSORS: 1. What are their blocks? What gets in the way of their peace? Bringing your perspective, how can you help guide them to greater balance and calm? 2. What are their unique gifts and passions? When you’re looking at your wild, out-of-control fifteen-year-old, hyperactive infant, or young child, it may be difficult to see through the chaos to their unique brand of phenomenal, yet it will be there.


Learn More

How Can I Help My Child with Autism?

5 STEPS TO TAKE IMMEDIATELY 1. Take the time to sit with your child and get to know him in a fresh way. What songs does he like? What are her interests, and who are her friends? Why? The clues to knowing your child are in a conversation. 2. See the big picture; know your child’s extraordinary talents as well as the struggles. 3. Use the A-List Formula™ as a template for solutions, to give you a clear and easy route to success.


Learn More

Why is My Child with Autism Out of Control?

5 MAIN REASONS: 1. Overloaded. Your child will likely be extra aware and sensitive in both their physical senses and emotions, resulting in sensory overload. They may see and do things with an intensity other people don’t 2. Misunderstood. They suffer the frustration of being misunderstood. They’re labelled ignorant when they’re confused, overwhelmed, and trying to do their best. The daily struggle to ‘get it right’ can become too much.


Learn More