autism

The Real “Sherlock Holmes” was Autistic

The fictional detective, Sherlock Holmes, displayed most of the characteristics of autistic hyperfocus especially including (a) astute powers of observation, (b) brilliant at deductive reasoning,

anxiety

Why Autistic Children Need Routine

Autistic children live in an inner world that is confusing and chaotic, where they have difficulty making sense of everyday life.  Routine establishes order in

autism

Autism and Child Custody

Children with autism have specialized needs that are not considered in divorce cases, and this is often detrimental to their mental health and well-being.  Most

asd

“This is Autism: Breakthrough Research Discoveries”

Available from Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08VR7VD9T/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=this+is+autism+david+rowland&qid=1612368250&s=books&sr=1-1 Autism is neither neurodevelopmental nor a disorder. It is simply an inherent neurophysiological difference in how the brain processes information. Autism

autism

Music and Autism

Music is what feelings sound like.  This is a blessing for autistic people. The autistic brain is hard wired to be mental/intellectual without any ability

autism

How the Autistic Mind Functions – an Insider’s Report

Journal of Neurology, Psychiatry and Brain Research: https://kosmospublishers.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/How-the-Autistic-Mind-Functions-%E2%80%93-an-Insider%E2%80%99s-Repor.pdf ABSTRACT: Autism can most clearly be understood from the inside looking out. Those who are looking in

autism

Best Preschool Apps for Autistic Children

https://montessori.edokiacademy.con Montessori apps by Edoki for iPad are structured for self-learning by certified Montessori teachers. Options include: – Math – Literacy – Shapes and Colors

autism

Autism as an Intellectual Lens

Journal of Neurology, Psychiatry and Brain Research, Volume 2020, Issue 01: https://kosmospublishers.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Autism-as-an-Intellectual-Len.pdf ABSTRACT: There is an inherent neurophysiological difference in how the autistic brain processes