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That’s the thing about autism – it isn’t always glaring or obvious. These children don’t walk around with signs on that say “I have autism”. Their struggles are internal and they are often times misunderstood by their peers.

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"I like to tell autistic people, 'It is very important to cultivate your individual abilities, and believe that the world has a need for your strengths.'"

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"Yes, school may be hard for my son who has autism, but together we can make this year one of growth and learning and joy."

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Do you have a child aging out of the school system this year?

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"Most of all, thank you in advance for believing in him and joining in the effort to help him fulfill his great potential."

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2. "One of our favorite ways to prepare for the unexpected is by using Social Stories."

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"Martial arts, for Ethan, were beneficial because he's been forced to work through his sensitivity and anxiety challenges. But this sport is good at challenging people of every age and ability."

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