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  • Insights 0f Elementary School Counselor
    March 8, 2014 Gary Yorke

    Insights 0f Elementary School Counselor

    Over the years, many teachers have continued to use Child’s Work games and activities faithfully, because they have proven to be ideal in enabling their students to learn new ideas and strategies while having fun. For most counselors, it is...

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  • Therapeutic Horseback Riding for Kids with autism
    October 16, 2013 Gary Yorke

    Therapeutic Horseback Riding for Kids with autism

    Therapeutic horseback riding for kids with autism has proven to be beneficial in helping those kids expand their skills. There are many activities that benefit kids with autism, but therapeutic horseback riding is growing in popularity not only for the...

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  • Autism - Do you recognize the Signs?
    July 11, 2013 Gary Yorke

    Autism - Do you recognize the Signs?

    Autism - Do you recognize the Signs? A quiet, withdrawn little girl sitting in a pool of silence, surrounded by laughing, screaming kids at a birthday party…a little boy throwing a tantrum at a supermarket because someone brushed past him down...

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  • End the R Word
    March 4, 2013 Gary Yorke

    End the R Word

    There is a story I could share about how this word was directed towards someone I love dearly. But I won't. I heard what was muttered and the person it was directed towards did not. Putting it in print will...

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  • Autism and puberty
    February 27, 2013 Gary Yorke

    Autism and puberty

    We will now discuss the topic that no one wants to discuss: Autism and puberty Long before my daughter's hormones began to change I had thoroughly planted myself in denial. Not only would she begin puberty far, far into the...

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  • Autistics Should...
    February 25, 2013 Gary Yorke

    Autistics Should...

    Who better to turn to regarding what "austics should" do than autistic people and their allies? Who better to define who "autistics are"?
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  • Sharing the Spectrum
    February 22, 2013 Gary Yorke

    Sharing the Spectrum

    Sharing the Spectrum: Welcome to "Sharing the Spectrum," our best reads of the week from parents of children with special needs. Whether these posts had us nodding in agreement or considering a different viewpoint, they all made us think! I'm...

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  • Autism and friendship
    February 20, 2013 Gary Yorke

    Autism and friendship

    I remember watching my daughter when she was young, sifting sand through her fingers and watching it fall, right beside a group of kids her age. They would be digging and pouring and building together and she would be cupping...

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  • Empathy Fail
    February 18, 2013 Gary Yorke

    Empathy Fail

    When I put myself in her shoes (oh my god, do these make my calves look fat?) I’m still just a guy wearing woman’s shoes (figuratively speaking).
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  • Autism Daddy Bloggers
    February 15, 2013 Gary Yorke

    Autism Daddy Bloggers

    This past week, one of our Childswork bloggers, Jim, shared a list of fathers who blog about autism and their families. They each have a story to tell, much like the moms who blog. We loved the idea of seeing...

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