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Indoor Therapy Swing for Kids with Special Needs by Sensory4u (Hardware Included) Snuggle Swing | Cuddle Hammock for Children with Autism, ADHD, Aspergers | Great for Sensory Integration (Aqua Color)

Indoor Therapy Swing for Kids with Special Needs by Sensory4u (Hardware Included) Snuggle Swing | Cuddle Hammock for Children with Autism, ADHD, Aspergers | Great for Sensory Integration (Aqua Color)

  • INCLUDED: swing, 240 lb screw eye, carabiner clip, daisy chain strap(for easy height adjustment. just clip in to new loop for desired height), plus included easy instructions for outdoor use or to secure to standard ceiling. Tools needed: stud finder, drill, bit, and screwdriver or metal rod to twist screw eye.
  • Sensory stimulation - endless possible positions - hours of fun! Comforts and swaddles - a therapeutic experience!
  • Promotes coordination and balance, strengthens muscles, and improves motor skills!
  • Satisfaction Guaranteed - If for any reason you do not love it, contact us and we will make it right!
  • Our company is committed to bringing you unique products. We are confident you will be delighted with each of our sensory creations!
Swing is made from soft, stretchable, 95% cotton, and 5% spandex fabric that is colorfast, washable (line dry), long-lasting, rated to 100 lbs, and intended for children ages three years and up. Adult supervision is required, and to prevent injury only one person at a time should use swing. The knot may need to be re-positioned occasionally to a new area of the fabric to prevent excessive wear in one spot. Because the swing will stretch when in use, it may need to hang higher off the ground than

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The Complete Guide to Asperger's Syndrome by Attwood, Tony

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1001 Great Ideas for Teaching and Raising Children with Autism or Asperger's, Re
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Kiss My Aspergers T-Shirt Funny Awareness Tee

Kiss My Aspergers T-Shirt Funny Awareness Tee

  • Looking for an amazing tee for any hangout? Want to share some awareness with the world? Then this Kiss My Aspergers t-shirt is just for you. Perfect for those with a great sense of humor
  • This is the perfect gift for mom, dad, wife, husband, son, daughter, brother, sister, aunt, uncle, cousin, nephew or niece, attending a bachelor/bachelorette party, birthday, graduations or Christmas occasions.
  • Lightweight, Classic fit, Double-needle sleeve and bottom hem
This cool novelty tee will be a staple in your closet for years to come. This one of a kind, unique design is designed in our studios in Los Angeles, CA. Do not miss out on an amazing opportunity to own this shirt today! Makes for the perfect gift for Christmas, birthdays, Valentine's Day, Father's Day, Mother's Day, graduation, parties, and whenever else.

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Síndrome de Asperger explicado en 6 minutos

Este vídeo (ilustrado y animado por Ignacio Urrutia y con música y postproducción de Luis Vergara) muestra muy bien algunas de las características de las personas con Síndrome de Asperger.

El Síndrome de Asperger es un trastorno neurobiológico del desarrollo que se manifiesta en determinadas dificultades en aspectos sociales, cognitivos, comunicativos y físicos.

Por lo general tienen características como déficits en el manejo de las relaciones sociales, dificultad para interpretar la ironía, el sarcasmo y ciertas bromas (pues tienden a entender el lenguaje de forma literal) dificultad para comprender los sentimientos e intenciones de los demás, una cierta torpeza motriz, una gama de intereses restringida, dificultad para afrontar los cambios en las rutinas o alteraciones en el habla (en la prosodia, tono, volumen y entonación de la voz o por ser un lenguaje demasiado “pomposo” o adulto en el caso de niños).
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L’Autiste Asperger et personnalité évitante

Voici une vidéo qui compare l’Aspie avec la personnalité évitante.
Bon visionnage!

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The Reason I Jump: The Inner Voice of a Thirteen-Year-Old Boy with Autism

The Reason I Jump: The Inner Voice of a Thirteen-Year-Old Boy with Autism

  • The Reason I Jump The Inner Voice of a Thirteen Year Old Boy with Autism
“One of the most remarkable books I’ve ever read. It’s truly moving, eye-opening, incredibly vivid.”—Jon Stewart, The Daily Show

NPR • The Wall Street Journal • Bloomberg Business • Bookish


You’ve never read a book like The Reason I Jump. Written by Naoki Higashida, a very smart, very self-aware, and very charming thirteen-

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Plastic Visual ASD Behavior Keyring (Picture Communication Symbols)

  • Uses only high quality picture communication symbol images by Mayer-Johnson (used with permission). These are the most common visual symbols to be used to support the learning and development of those with learning disabilities, and therefore will be the easiest for individuals to understand and begin to implement.
  • Made from plastic to ensure durability.
  • All corners are rounded to reduce the likelihood of scratches.
  • Symbols are 7cm square - large enough to see easily but small enough that they are convenient and can easily be stored in your pocket.
  • Symbols are held together on a sturdy binding ring, making it easy to change the order of the symbols or just take some out with you if you only need some of them.
This is a useful, pocket sized keyring, which contains some essential behavior instructions designed for use out and about. This is especially important when trying to manage an individual's behavior, and to help them modify their own behavior to what is socially acceptable. it includes 21 both positive and negative behavior symbols. It also includes a blank card at the back, for your own design or for storing reward tokens (not included). This product, like all our products, was inspired by som

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I’m Not Weird, I Live With ADHD And It Stinks!

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ADHD stinks! That mostly sums it up for Mack, not completely, but mostly.

It’s hard to focus and concentrate, and so at school Mack’s grades started falling because she would find herself paying attention to a ton of things that weren’t important, or at least that didn’t have much to do with what they were studying. For instance, in Math, instead of paying attention to the teacher and the work on the board, she would be transfixed by a tiny crumb sitting on the edge of her desk.

Mack has had ADHD for as long as she can remember, so she figures she’s had it since she was born. And, it has also been really hard for as long as she can remember. Sometimes people think she’s weird but she’s just Mack, a kid with ADHD.

Living with ADHD comes with its own side effects, like depression, and anxiety, and she’s been living with those since she was in 4th grade. Now she’s in 8th. ADHD treatment also comes with a lot of pills and medications. Mack has been taking as many as five different pills every day for her entire life. That’s a lot of medicine.

Now she takes three pills a day: one antidepressant, one medication to help her stay focused, and one pill to help her sleep at night. See, ADHD also sometimes brings on insomnia, which is difficulty either falling asleep, staying asleep, or waking up too early.

Mack has had insomnia since she was in 3rd grade, and at one point it got so bad that she couldn’t sleep at all – she stayed awake for four days straight – she kept falling asleep in school, literally passing out from being so tired. One day she passed out during recess and opened her eyes to find all of her friends standing over her, staring at her.

In Mack’s opinion, ADHD is one of the hardest conditions to live with that there is. She’s still learning to deal with it. It comes with so many side effects, and living with ADHD just makes you really self conscious. People who don’t know her probably think she is really weird, especially because when she is feeling really overwhelmed with anxiety she finds she has to find a quiet place, curl up in a tight little ball, and not talk with anyone. And that can go on for up to an hour or two before she starts to feel better.

It’s been really tough living with ADHD, and Mack’s great hope is that she can learn to manage it and overcome the effects and side effects as an adult. BUT, the one thing Mack knows for sure is that living with ADHD, and fighting to overcome it, has made her a stronger and better person, while at the same time, of course, it also is responsible for the parts of her she could do without.

It’s hard for her to explain – Living with ADHD is definitely a burden, but in a weird way it’s also a special thing to have – it boosts your creativity and imagination. It has helped to shape who Mack is today and she is more than okay with that! She has ADHD and she’s still learning to deal with it.

ADHA is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. ADD stands for Attention Deficit Disorder. They both relate to the same chronic condition including attention difficulty, hyperactivity, and impulsiveness. Concentration can be extremely difficult with ADHD and ADD. Diagnosis and treatment from a Doctor are necessary. 11 million people have ADHD.

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