Chatty Child News

08.25.2012

An Immune Disorder at the Root of Autism

By:The New York Times

Opinion Article By Moises Velasquez-Manoff. Introduction from article: In recent years, scientists have made extraordinary advances in understanding the causes of autism, now estimated to afflict 1 in 88 children. But remarkably little of this understanding has percolated into popular awareness, which often remains fixated on vaccines. So here’s the short of it: At least a subset of autism — perhaps one-third, and very likely more — looks like a type of inflammatory disease. And it begins in the womb.

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08.12.2012

Meeting Sensory Needs On A Budget

By:The Thinking Moms' Revolution

I have a sensory seeker, which means I have a kid who loves to move and groove. She loves to jump, swing, run, body check me, be squeezed–anything that provides input to her body, she craves. When she was a toddler, she would run around the house clutching an object in each hand and hum a very low guttural hum. It took me quite some time to realize that she did that because the vibration she could feel in her chest from that particular tone felt good to her.

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08.11.2012

Chatty Child Participates at The Tommy Foundation NYC Spa Day for Autism

On August 11, 2012, Chatty Child joined The Tommy Foundation NYC Chapter at it's "Spa Day for Autism" kick-off event. The event was free for individuals with autism and their families and featured yoga, massages, makeovers, manicures, networking, food and refreshments.[more]

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05.05.2012

Tips For Feeding Special Needs Children

By:Multiplicity Magazine - Spring Issue 2012

Heather Boerner was interviewed in this special publication in the Spring Issue of Multiplicity Magazine. Heather gives her expertise on how to feed a special need child properly, and some additional useful information for special needs children.


12.22.2011

Exploring Hobbies with Your Child

By:Stephanie Ekis, MS, CCC-SLP for Autism-Community.com

We may not think of exploring hobbies with our children with autism, however, hobbies can offer opportunities for your child to: Explore hidden talents; Demonstrate creativity; Develop imagination skills; Build social skills; Communicate with a variety of communication partners...

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