Monthly Archives: December 2013
  • December 20, 2013
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Real Housewives of New Jersey star and mother warrior, Jacqueline Laurtia, participates in a live #ChatAutism Q&A session on Facebook.   Highlights below:    TREATMENT    Q: Hi Jacqueline Laurita, what protocols have you implemented that you have seen improvements in your son? Jacqueline Laurita GF/CF/SF diet, Supplements, ABA,Speech&language, music therapy, gymnastics, yoga, Hyperbaric Oxygen […]

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  • December 17, 2013
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Sweets! When it comes to food, the holidays can be exceedingly difficult for our children on the spectrum along with their parents.  Many of us have grown up in homes where we equate the holidays with baking sweets.  So many delicious recipes have been passed down from generation to generation leading us to ask, “how […]

  • December 15, 2013
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As the parent of a child with autism, one of the overriding thoughts I’ve had (other than the initial “oh crap, what do I do now?”) was the long-term care of my son after I die.  I’ve heard Jenny McCarthy say the solution to this is just not to die.  As this may seem the […]

  • December 9, 2013
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The holidays are here and we love to give!        This is the season to be selfless, show appreciation, and think of others. So, we’re asking you to nominate a well-deserving family to win one of 12 gifts that we’ll be giving away all month long, including the new Amazon Kindle Fire HD!  […]

  • December 5, 2013
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“My son enjoys The Listening Program. His brother also enjoys it. It relaxes him. He sleeps much better since starting the program and his sound sensitivity, which led us to buy earplugs to carry around with us, is almost non-existent now.”   – Angela, Mom to Matthew and Andrew

  • December 4, 2013
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1. Explore Food away from Meals: Use food for other purposes than eating to increase the child’s exposure to the food in fun, interactive ways.  For example, learning to match colors with orange carrots & red bell peppers gets those nutritious foods in your child’s hands and that’s a safe, fun place to start!  Here’s […]

  • December 2, 2013
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As a parent of a child with special needs, I have learned the importance of celebrating even the smallest accomplishments and counting each and every blessing that comes my way.  However, from time to time I have to stop and remind myself exactly where Jaxon started his journey, where we are today, and where we […]