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Autism: the good & the bad

Some clips of Con, our Classic Non Verbal Autistic 9 yr previous son. I’ve put plenty of clips of us doing stuff with him and him being cute on right here however by no means any of him having a meltdown. To be trustworthy I can not video him having …

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Autism and Down Syndrome Mickie and Holly

This past weekend during our trip to Las Vegas for a graduation Holly a sweet woman with Down Syndrome tries to teach Mickie to speak. Help fund this channel https://teespring.com/stores/art-by-zurama https://www.zazzle.com/artdezurama Totes, Scarfs, Tapestries, etc. Artbyzurama My Online Art Gallery http://www.zurama.net My blog http://mickiesprogress.blogspot.com/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/zuramarencibia Twitter https://twitter.com/zurama?lang=en Autistic by …

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Autism – Calming a meltdown

About video: Holding and swinging ‘W’ is the one solution to convey him again from a meltdown. At first we attempt holding him tight – this provides him deep strain and does not harm him. If we have been to let go he would hit himself, bang his head on …

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I start packing for our trip to see our in-laws for Christmas, and I share my previous break down after Noah had a severe meltdown. Help us reach 5k subscribers by joining our family and subscribe! We would love to have you. We are an interracial large family of 6 …

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Preventing Autism Meltdown

Ian and Connor were fighting for ‘1st place’ on the trail. They were tripping over each other, pushing each other on the ground, etc. I put an end to it and Ian’s tantrum started transitioning into a meltdown. Although breathing exercises and compression hugs don’t always work, it’s best to …

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Solving Autism Car Meltdowns After School

The longest six minutes of every day is our car ride home after school with our son Jerry who has autism. He is so wound up and done with all the effort he put in at school…doing work, socializing, behaving…that he just explodes on the way home…cursing, hitting, kicking. We …

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