Flexibility is usually described as a positive trait in children. They might be able to do party tricks like bend their pinky backwards or always hit a split in gymnastics. But, if those skills come with chronic pain, your child could be living with a disability without even knowing it. Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (or syndromes) (EDS)—which affects the range of mobility …Read More »
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Coding: A Good Career Path for Autistic Children?
For parents of autistic children, “learn to code” is not a snarky rejoinder to the absence of computer skills. It’s a legitimate suggestion for a career path. Many children who have autism spectrum disorder (ASD) struggle to find employment once they come of age, according to experts, who estimate most American adults with autism cannot find work. Now, hundreds …Read More »