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Parents, It's OK to Need In-Home Help for Your Autistic Child

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Supporting my son on the autism spectrum doesn’t stop at 3:30 in the afternoon when my workday is done. It continues through the evening and into the morning before my workday begins.

I’m setting timers, following routines, and using positive reinforcement to help him get out the door with a minimal amount of arguments.

After school, I’m checking on how my son is feeling, giving him time to swing, and offering choices for when homework needs to be completed.

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