Your Family Clinic's Secton on Autism Spectrum Disorders
An Holistic Approach for Treating Autism and Related Disorders.
Living With Autism: Home Features
That Can Help Your Child Thrive.by Lin Beckner
Fun in the Backyard: How to Create a Safe Place for Your Child on the Autism Spectrum.by Lin Beckner
Effective Relaxation Techniques to Incorporate Into Your COVID-19 Wellness Routine.by Lin Beckner
How Art Therapy Can Help People on the Autism Spectrum Communicate.
Six Ways to Help a Brain Heal. A progressive muscle relaxation script to help children be calm.
Disconnected Kids: The Groundbreaking Brain Balance Program for Children with Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, and Other Neurological Disorders Robert Dr. Melillo, (March 3, 2015) ISBN=0399172440.
This book is wonderful to deal with the sensory integration issues.
The Fabric of Autism: Weaving the Threads into a Cogent Theory by Judith Bluestone, ISBN: 0972023518.
This book helps you understand what is going on with a child with Autism and how to use neuro-development to improve symptoms. We feel this is the first place to start in understanding Autism and in treating the disorder.
Relationship Development Intervention with Children, Adolescents and Adults: Social and Emotional Development Activities for Asperger Syndrome, Autism, PDD, and NLD by Steven E. Gustein and Rachelle K. Shelly, ISBN: 1843107171.
This is the only program that maps out social development and will help Autistic children develop much needed social skills. The authors have a great website and support training. Every parent should use these techniques for their children with Autism. Severe cases and younger children with Autism should use their book for younger children.
A kit to help children sit still and relax through temperature biofeedback.
A kit to train a child to "stay on task" through self monitoring.
Our favorite links to information regarding Autism.
Models on helping children with a learning disorder.
Your Family Clinic, LLC is hosting an Autism Spectrum Disorder Support Group. Currently we are meeting on Zoom and it is for parents who have a loved on on the Autism Spectrum. We meet on the third Friday of every month at 5:30 p.m. Central Standard Time. There are notes of all our previous meetings. We usually have a guest speaker. For more information click on the link below.
Your Family Clinic's Autism Support Group via Zoom
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