Sian Pearl, one of our oldest members of Concerned Bloggers, talks about self-diagnosis and Autism. While some people have the capacity to be self-aware, professional help should be close at hand. Read more on her blog parthenoid: http://parthenoid.blogspot.com/2012/04/concerned-bloggers-association-self.html
Our month of Autism Awareness is coming to a close, stay tuned for next month’s topic!
Guenevere DeCuir offers a parent’s perspective in her blog post “Children with Autism” on Crimson Flow. Guen interviews a parent of an autistic child and demonstrates the day to day tasks in this one family’s life. Please ready this eye-opening interview: http://crimson-flow.blogspot.com/2012/04/children-with-autism-one-parents-day-to.html?zx=c763a56fac22b244
Another fine post from your Concerned Bloggers Association.
Paisley Mizin of Oh My Stars! blog wrote a wonderful essay on Exercise and Autism. In the United States, 19% of children with autism are at risk of becoming overweight. There are so many benefits to exercising, check out her blog for more information: http://ohmystarspaisley.wordpress.com/2012/04/18/exercise-autism/
We’ll keep you posted, Love the Concerned Bloggers Association
Nana Negulesco of the nanascherrys blog has some great information links on Autism. Was ist Autismus? Das Problem scheint, wie so viele “neuere” Krankheitsbilder, zuzunehmen. Aus der “Experten-Sprechstunde Kinderkrankheiten” You can find out more information in GERMAN here: http://nanascherrys.wordpress.com/2012/04/20/autism/
More from the Concerned Bloggers Association coming soon!
Know a teen with Asperger’s syndrome? Paisley Mizin offers up some great advice on how to help them out in social situations. You can read about it on her blog, Oh My Stars! Click here for the full story: http://ohmystarspaisley.wordpress.com/2012/04/18/autism-teens/
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