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Playing with an ASD Child

playing tips

Like neurotypical kids, kids with autism play. However, they do it a little differently. Here are four tips loved ones can employ when playing with a child on the spectrum.

One Day

My name is David Keosababian and this is my tale of my life with autism. I was a quiet boy in elementary. I played with Legos, by myself; leaves, by myself; dirt, by myself; even with naught but my sole imagination, by myself. I had friends and even a best friend. But, I was still quiet...

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