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Most children with autism spectrum disorder find social situations very challenging.  How to communicate and how to interact with others does not come naturally. Whilst the characteristics of autism vary from child to child the diagnostic criteria do include social communication difficulties which in a nutshell would...

I can just see parents of autistic children reading this heading and feeling broken even thinking about how their children struggle and how they struggle. Constipation and diarrhea are two very real problems for autistic children and for their parents!  In most autism households the subject...

A large percentage of children and people with autism spectrum disorder have gastrointestinal and immune system deregulation and/or problems.  Research has found that children with ASD have reduced immune system regulation, as well as shifts in their gut microbiota. In healthy people with no gastrointestinal and...

Why keeping track of BEHAVIOUR is so important if you have a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder “Autistic” and “behaviour” are two words often used in the same sentence and from my experience affectively dealing with behaviours from a very young age - both at home...