Signs of Depression & Autism

Even though mental illness can be more common for people on the autism spectrum than in the general population, the mental health of autistic people is often overlooked. In fact, more than 5 in 10 autistic adults have had depression.  Depression is a mental health problem that is common among the Autism community. Depression can have a big impact on…

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3 Tips to choosing the best gifts for the autistic child

Hello, it’s Dr. Ali, and I am popping in to let you know all about three tips on how to choose a fun gift for the holidays for your autistic child (on the autism spectrum), for your autistic nephew, family member that you are trying to figure out, If you are thinking… “What do I get them…______ is so…

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4 Ways We Parent Better to Autism Than Our Parents

I’m excited our new YOU TUBE channel is UP! Zachary and I share more about our Autism Journey HERE. This week  I was quoted in an article in Healthy Way sharing about our parents parenting vs.our parenting (with au-mazing gifts. I told HealthyWay, “My parents’ manner of raising was always children should be seen and not heard … Growing…

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Keys to Recognize Autism Caregivers

November is National Caregivers Month. Its a time for all caregivers to be recognized and to recognize ourselves for all that contribute to the world. I am an autism mom and a daughter to a soon to be retired mom.  I’m taking time out this month to especially recognize autism moms and caretakers for the elderly.  Far too often…

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