Category Archives: Autism

The Choreography Therapy

Article author Iuliia Sezonenko A practicing therapiest in sensory integration Founder/CEO in Sensoria Dancing has been a means of people’s communication for ages and is a unique-universal language which comes from our body and movements. In its turn, our body … Continue reading

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An Autistic Eleven-Year-Old Is Building The World’s Biggest Lego Ship

st summer, eleven year old Brynjar Karl set out to build the biggest Lego ship the world has seen—a replica of the Titanic itself. As we learned when we paid him a visit, autistic Brynjar is a remarkable kid fostering … Continue reading

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Troubled Future For Young Adults On Autism Spectrum

“Mom, Dad, what’s wrong with me?” Michael Moscariello was a smart, thoughtful 10-year-old when that question burst out one evening before dinner. He knew from kids at his school in Reading that something was not right. His parents knew too; … Continue reading

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Creating Successful Behavior Charts for Aspergers Kids

Behavior charts consist of two primary components: (1) parental expectations (e.g., doing chores, behaving, handling self-care tasks, etc.) and (2) the reward for meeting such expectations. Behavior charts can be very effective in getting kids to do what moms and … Continue reading

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Aspergers Children and Social Phobia

The diagnosis of social phobia in Aspergers kids emphasizes the following: A youngster with social phobia must show the capacity for age-appropriate social relationships with familiar people, and his/her anxiety must occur in peer contexts, not just with grown-ups. Due … Continue reading

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