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Back to School: A Special Needs Parent's Guide to a Successful Transition

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Back to School: A Special Needs Parent's Guide to a Successful Transition

Summer vacation is winding down and kid's are heading back to school. For special needs parents and their children, this can be a challenging and overwhelming time. Here at The Noah Robert Project, we have provided some strategies to help families confidently transition into the school year.

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Fireworks & Autism

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Fireworks & Autism

What does summertime, baseball games, home days and 4th of July events all have in common? FIREWORKS. For children on the spectrum, these summer events can be challenging to navigate. Here at The Noah Robert Project we have provided some strategies to help make the most out of firework celebrations.

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45 Books that Promote Autism Acceptance & Understanding

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45 Books that Promote Autism Acceptance & Understanding

April is Autism Awareness Month! What better way to spread awareness and understanding than reading and teaching your child about Autism. We have compiled a list of children's books geared towards elementary aged kids, perfect for your home, school, or place of worship.

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20 Bulletin Board & Door Ideas for Autism Awareness Month

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20 Bulletin Board & Door Ideas for Autism Awareness Month

April is Autism Awareness Month!
This is the perfect time for your schools to showcase their support for these exceptional students. Here are 20 different bulletin board and classroom door ideas to help bring autism awareness and acceptance to your school.

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How to Host an Autism-Friendly Holiday Event

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How to Host an Autism-Friendly Holiday Event

Christmas time is here! The sights, the sounds, all the festivities to be had! It's my favorite time of year! But for some families, it can also be a time of stress, anxiety and isolation. All that stimulation and change in routine can be challenging for kids on the spectrum, and it usually effects the entire family. Hosting an autism-friendly event provides families like mine the opportunity to be around those they love this holiday season.

How to Host an Autism-Friendly Holiday Event

by: Holly Terei

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