Monthly Archives: May 2020

Articles & JournalsYouTubers’ decision to ‘rehome’ their adopted son with autism sparks outcry

A couple in the United States with a popular YouTube channel has come under fire from netizens after rehoming their adopted son with autism, Huxley, with another family, reported BBC. The four-year-old boy received sponsorship deals and money from their YouTube video after Myka Stauffer and James Stauffer made videos about their experience of adopting […]

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Articles & JournalsAutism symptoms can become less severe in early childhood

NEW YORK, May 31 — New US research has shown that during early childhood, children with autism may experience a reduction in their symptoms. Carried out by researchers at the University of California Davis, the new study looked at 89 boys and 36 girls with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The researchers used a 10-point measure derived […]

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Articles & JournalsNeighbour ‘curses to death’ kids with autism, calls cops on the family repeatedly

Being a mother is hard as it is, but being a mother of not only one but two autistic children, in the middle of a global pandemic and systemic lockdown, with your neighbour calling the cops on you every time your children run across your flat and cursing at them to die, is a plight […]

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Articles & JournalsCaring for people with special needs during the circuit breaker period – AutismSTEP

SINGAPORE – Parents can find safe ways to organise physical activities at home during the circuit breaker period if their children with developmental needs enjoy going outdoors. Dr Koh Hwan Cui, principal psychologist at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital’s department of child development, encourages parents to consider their children’s interests and strengths when planning activities […]

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Articles & JournalsPeople with special needs hit hard by the circuit breaker – AutismSTEP

SINGAPORE – Amanda Khoo, 18, begs her mother to take her out but refuses to wear a mask when she steps out despite her family’s best efforts. This is not because for lacks social responsibility. Rather, the teenager has severe autism and cannot understand why she needs to stay at home or wear a mask. […]

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Articles & JournalsS’pore boy, 9, cries tears of joy upon eating McNuggets again after 3 weeks of closure – AutismSTEP

A boy in Singapore was so overjoyed to be eating McDonald’s again that he started crying tears of joy. This tale of comfort food doing its thing came after the fast food restaurant shut all its Singapore outlets for three straight weeks from April 19 till May 10, 2020. The boy’s priceless reaction on video […]

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Articles & JournalsCircuit breaker tough on special needs children, but parents find creative ways to cope – AutismSTEP

They do not adapt to being stuck at home as well as their typically developing peers. So meeting their needs means there are struggles, and triumphs, for their parents. SINGAPORE: When the “circuit breaker” measures were announced on Apr 3, Cinddie Tay told her son he could not visit the nearby minimart to buy his […]

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Articles & JournalsTips for parents – AutismSTEP

MANAGE EXPECTATIONS Epidemiologist and paediatrician Lim Hong Huay advised parents, especially those with special needs children, not to stress themselves too much. “Parents need to know what they’re comfortable doing, how much time they have, where their child is emotionally and their skill sets.” For instance, parents can work with professional therapists to readjust learning […]

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Articles & JournalsParliament: Show understanding to special needs children encountered outdoors – AutismSTEP

SINGAPORE – Children with special needs, accompanied by their parents, also need to get outdoors for some fresh air during this circuit breaker period, said Second Minister for Education Indranee Rajah. Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)  and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)  in particular need this for self-regulation, she said. “I call on everyone to […]

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Articles & JournalsChildren with autism, parents face unique challenges during pandemic – AutismSTEP

SALT LAKE CITY — The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted the lives of nearly every American. But for many children with autism who thrive on routine, and their parents, the changes are causing additional, unique complications. For Kim Deverall, every day is a battle keeping her 10-year-old son, Kai, safe and well. With school canceled, she […]

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