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How to read research like a psychologist: Noticing red flags in articles

The goal of this article is to help you break down the best ways to find research, read and evaluate it and extract relevant information.

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Helping your child with autism navigate holiday changes

Changes that come with the holiday season can be difficult for children with autism. Here are some tips to help navigate this time of year.

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Can a gluten-free/casein-free diet improve autism symptoms?

A look at the pros and cons of the most popular dietary program pursued by parents for their autistic children: the gluten-free/casein-free diet.

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I just found out my child is autistic. Could I be too?

Here’s what to do if you’re wondering about an autism diagnosis for yourself after you child has received a diagnosis of autism.

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Keeping your child with special needs safe while driving

Whether they’re using a conventional car seat or a wheelchair, here are some tips for keeping your child with special needs safe while driving.