Monthly Archives: June 2015

Neurotypical vs. ASD kids

Whether they are having a meltdown or a tantrum, whether they are indulging in a self-stimulatory behavior or just twirling a pencil between the fingers out of boredom, whether they are socially awkward or just like solitude, whether they are … Continue reading

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Thinking in the abstract!

‘Look outside, what is the weather today?’ This is one of those questions that have been a constant in my life for the past one year. Teaching children on the Autism Spectrum about weather is rather tricky. Even though we … Continue reading

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