On our parent discussion board (which you are welcome to join), we sometimes get posts from parents who know their children have Sensory Processing Disorder but later discover their children also are Autistic.
“To be completely honest, I thought I was well educated on special education. I mean after all, I have worked with several different students with a wide range of learning disabilities, physical disabilities, etc. However, reality didn’t set in until I had my own child.” – Lesley Burby in Austism Parenting Magazine
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To read more about raising a child with Autism:
Understanding and Managing Autism in Children: The Ultimate Guide to Autism in Girls and Boys – Early Signs, Creating Routines, Managing Sensory … Meltdowns, Breathing Practices and Much More.An Early Start for Your Child with Autism: Using Everyday Activities to Help Kids Connect, Communicate, and LearnAutism: How to raise a happy autistic childTen Things Every Child with Autism Wishes You Knew