Cooking with Kids: Learn Social Skills, Math, Fine Motor Skill and Have Fun

Cooking with Kids: Learn Social Skills, Math, Fine Motor Skill and Have Fun

Cooking with Kids: Learn Social Skills, Math, Fine Motor Skill and Have Fun is reprinted with permission from a 2011 column on “GFCF Cooking Together with Kids” offered by the Autism Asperger’s Digest magazine. This selection is featured in the July/August 2011 issue. Find previous GFCF Cooking Together articles at the Article Library page of the AADigest website, www.AutismDigest.com.

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Loving, Observant Parents Can Help Kids Cope with Their Needs by Ken Myers

Loving, Observant Parents Can Help Kids Cope with Their Needs by Ken Myers

When you think about kids chewing on things you typically think the teething ages, but what about when it goes beyond that stage? There are many reasons for kids to want to chew on things: stress relief, comfort, something to do, and so on. I know that my children, although they were perfectly on track in many other ways, had issues with this as well.

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FREE Registration for the “Autism Empowerment Telesummit- 2014”: Doors Are Open!

FREE Registration for the “Autism Empowerment Telesummit- 2014”: Doors Are Open!

Doors are open for the  FREE “Autism Empowerment Telesummit- 2014“, where a panel of 15  world wide experts in the field of autism, with years of experience, research and success, is devoted to sharing  their knowledge and practical tools with you so you can witness transformation in YOUR child, including Dr. Temple Grandin, Julie Matthews, Kerri Rivera, Lynette Louise, Melanie Potock, Tali Berman, and more!

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