Monthly Archives: April 2016

14 Things Every Parent Should Hear If Their Child Has Been Diagnosed With Autism

The following was syndicated from ASDDad for The Fatherly Forum, a community of parents and influencers with insights about work, family, and life. If you’d like to join the Forum, drop us a line at TheForum@Fatherly.com. Parents occasionally write to … Continue reading

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Tracking kids’ eye movements might shed new light on autism

The researchers from the University of Vermont found that children with autism tended to focus more on a speaker’s mouth instead of the eyes when the conversation turned to emotional topics, such as what makes the children sad or scared. … Continue reading

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Autism Awareness Month: I Get to Light It Up Blue All Year

I guess it’s a good idea to have a special month for autism since one out of every 68 kids in America is now diagnosed as having Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD). With odds like those, I suspect everyone knows someone … Continue reading

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