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Articles & JournalsHow to toilet train a child with autism

Toilet training is a daunting, yet necessary process. For the child to assimilate well with the outside world, good toilet habits are fundamental habits that would serve them well if properly trained from young. In this article, we’ll be sharing with you a clear and step-by-step plan on how to successfully toilet-train your autistic child. […]

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Articles & JournalsMainstream or special school for a child with autism

When your child comes of age, a question that many parents struggle with is: would your child be better off in a mainstream school or a special school? In this article, we’ll go through some of the advantages and disadvantages of the mainstream school environment for a child with autism. ADVANTAGES OF MAINSTREAM SCHOOLING 1. […]

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Articles & JournalsWhy is my child not talking

It is not uncommon for a child with autism to have delayed speech. However, diagnosing the root causes of the issue is not as simple as it looks. In most cases, a proper diagnosis by an expert is usually required to discover the root causes of the lack of verbalization. There are usually 3 main […]

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Articles & JournalsWhy is my child talking to himself?

Parents can sometimes feel a bit unsettled whenever they see their child talk to himself. For most of mainstream society, speech is usually used to communicate with others; however, if an individual has autism, speech can sometimes have a more insular function. This is known as Echolalia. There are two basic forms of echolalia: immediate […]

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Articles & JournalsEarly exposure to digital devices leads to behavioural issues in children with developmental problems: Singapore study

SINGAPORE: Early exposure to digital devices such as tablets, smartphones and video consoles could worsen emotional and behavioral difficulties among preschool children with neurodevelopmental disorders (NDDs) such as autism, a new study showed. It does so by interfering with the amount and quality of their sleep, said the study conducted by researchers from the KK Women’s and […]

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Articles & JournalsThree new special education schools to open for students with autism to meet growing demand

SINGAPORE: Three new schools for students who have Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) will be set up over the next few years, with the first one accepting pupils in 2021, Second Minister for Education Indranee Rajah announced on Friday (Nov 8). Acknowledging the growing demand for places in such schools Ms Indranee said the new schools […]

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Articles & JournalsVitamins, omega-3 supplements may improve autism symptoms

Children with autism who take supplements of vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids may have fewer symptoms than kids who don’t, a research review suggests. Researchers examined data from 27 trials involving a total of 1,028 children with autism spectrum disorder. Kids were randomly selected to take various dietary supplements, including vitamins or omega-3s, or to […]

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Articles & JournalsThe 2019 Enabling Employers Leader Award and how NLB encourages inclusivity

The National Library Board (NLB) was presented with the Enabling Employers Leader Award on 26 July 2019 by SG Enable, in recognition of NLB’s commitment to inclusive hiring and outreach to the special needs community. Mrs Ng said that NLB was “happy to be a place where all are able to contribute”, and added that […]

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Articles & JournalsSingapore Government has made strides towards a more inclusive education in recent years

In Vancouver, British Columbia, kids like Josh and Ahmed get a shot at a normal school life, interacting with children without special needs. VANCOUVER/SINGAPORE: It was “carpet time” at Ferris Elementary School in Vancouver, Canada. A class of seven-year-olds huddled near the whiteboard and begin reading simple passages aloud to start the school day. Suddenly, classroom […]

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Articles & JournalsC-sections and autism rates in children may be linked, but that doesn’t mean you should avoid the procedure

A study published in Jama Open Network in August suggests an association between C-sections and autism. A study published in August found that C-section births were associated with a 33% higher risk of autism. The study authors emphasized that the results only suggest an association, not necessarily a cause. It’s possible that the risk factors […]

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