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By Annie Tanasugarn / April 14, 2017

Why Autism “Awareness” Is Not Enough: Autism Acceptance is the Key

Autism (ASD) has become one of the fastest growing socially and psychologically recognized diagnoses in recent years, with an average...

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Parent Training
By Annie Tanasugarn / March 31, 2017

Navigating the Dating Scene with Autism

Dating on the Spectrum So today I found the most beautiful video that went viral online about a teenage boy...

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Parent Training
By Annie Tanasugarn / March 26, 2017

The GFCF Diet: Is It Worth It?

Should I go GFCF for My Child? I can recall 10 years ago that the words “Gluten-free” were barely recognized...

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Parent Training
By Annie Tanasugarn / March 24, 2017

Got Sleep?

Melatonin: To Sleep or Not to Sleep Any parent who has a kiddo with Autism is probably aware of the...

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ABA, Parent Training
By Annie Tanasugarn / March 14, 2017

The Community Outing: Parent Empowerment 101

The thought of a community outing can bring about significant anxiety for both mom and child. Pulling off such a...

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ABA, Parent Training
By Annie Tanasugarn / March 9, 2017

6 Easy Tips for Better Eye Contact

Hey everyone! We are expanding here at The Autism Analyst! Check out our blog tab on our website and click...

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ABA, Parent Training
By Annie Tanasugarn / March 7, 2017

Chewing Problems & Teen Girls: A Solution!

A Solution!

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ABA, Parent Training
By Annie Tanasugarn / February 28, 2017

Meltdown vs. Shutdown: Whats the difference?

You've heard of meltdowns but what about shutdowns?

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ABA
By Annie Tanasugarn / February 27, 2017

Autism and Dating: Navigating the Unknown

What are you doing Friday night?

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Sensory Sundays
By Annie Tanasugarn / February 26, 2017

Sensory Sunday: Fun and Function’s Weighted Compression Vest

Sensory Sunday: Fun and Function's Weighted Compression Vest Hey everyone! I hope you’re all having an amazing weekend. We’ve taken...

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