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  1. The Ultimate Guide To Taking Care Of A Loved One With Dementia

    The Ultimate Guide To Taking Care Of A Loved One With Dementia

    The capacity of the brain to reason, think, and recall is impacted by dementia, a degenerative neurological condition. It can considerably impact a person's everyday life, making it difficult for them to do even the most elementary chores. To support and make sure that your loved one receives the care they require, you, as the caregiver, play a crucial role.

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  2. Parenting Tips: Diagnosing and Treating Autism in Children

    Parenting Tips: Diagnosing and Treating Autism in Children

    Autism is an incredibly common condition. Many adults are getting diagnosed late in life because we’re now so much more aware of what autism spectrum disorder (ASD) can look like.

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  3. Considerations When Choosing an Autism Support Program

    Considerations When Choosing an Autism Support Program

    Caring for a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) can be challenging. From getting a diagnosis to providing support and resources, many ASD parents struggle to find balance in a caregiver role.

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  4. Is My Child Autistic? Early Signs You Should Not Ignore

    Is My Child Autistic? Early Signs You Should Not Ignore

    Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a developmental impairment that affects the brain. Kids with ASD often struggle to understand the outside world and show confined interest in the people around them. Autistic kids are often seen to perform repetitive activities and have trouble communicating and understanding non-verbal cues from people around them.

     

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  5. Hope for Fatigued Parents of Special Needs Children

    Hope for Fatigued Parents of Special Needs Children

    Everyone experiences fatigue, but parents of special needs children often experience this to a greater degree. Caring for these kids can present physical, mental and emotional stresses that can directly cause exhaustion. Admitting that your children’s care can feel burdensome at times doesn’t mean you don’t love your kids; it just means that you are a human with limitations. So use the following information from Woombie to help recognize and treat signs of fatigue that can show up in even the most selfless and dedicated of parents.

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