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Autism and Asperger’s vs. ADHD

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Aspergers vs. Autism vs. ADHD

The journey of a family with a special needs kid is always a challenging one that can be overcome with teamwork and taking the bull by the horns.  When a…

Autism and Failure to Launch

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Autism & Failure to Launch

"We were good parents, and now we're supposed to be done!" When couples plan their families, they imagine raising little girls and boys into successful individuals. At one point, they'll…

Teen Autism

The goal of every parent is to help a child with autism cope with social difficulties and achieve independence. Many people on the spectrum can find jobs, build families, and…

Neurofeedback for Autism

By Dr. Roseann, In Autism, Neurofeedback, No Comments

Neurofeedback for Autism

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder that has dramatically risen more than 10 percent since 2000 where the prevalence rate nearly tripled, from 0.67 to 1.85 percent in…

Autism and Executive Functioning

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder characterized by difficulties with social skills, repetitive behaviors, limited interests, speech, and nonverbal communication. ASD is on the rise with about 1…

What are the Symptoms of Autism?

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Symptoms of Autism

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is an increasingly common neurodevelopmental disorder that impacts the learning, emotional, social and behavioral functioning of children and adults. It is a misunderstood disorder that isn’t…

Child laying in bed covers his ears

Forbes posted an article titled, “The Hidden Dangers Of Noise Pollution At Home” which featured Dr. Roseann. Here she discusses the effects of noise pollution for children with sensory sensitivity.…

man stressed on computer

Executive functioning skills are the foundation of what kids and teens are expected to do in school and at home on a daily basis. When kids are lacking in executive…

New Autism Guidelines

By Dr Roseann, In Autism, News & Media, No Comments

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On December 16, 2019, the American Academy of Pediatrics updated their Autism guidelines for the first time in 12 years. (more…)

treating children with prozac for autism

New research demonstrates what most already know that SSRI medications don’t move the dial for anxiety and obsessive-compulsive behaviors in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).  Autism is on the…

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