If your child has Autism, Asperger’s, ADHD or any type of sensory disorder, the Fourth of July can be overwhelming. These 5 tips from the pediatricians at Woodburn can help your child avoid a sensory overload this Independence Day.
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Until recently, it was believed that autism was much more prevalent in males than in females, but that the latter suffered from much more severe symptoms. However, new research is beginning to show that autism presents differently in girls, which means that many aren’t correctly diagnosed and, thus, don’t get the support they need. Even if you [...]
If you’re the parent of a child with autism, there is one word in your vocabulary that stands out from all the others: routines. Kids with autism create routines to help navigate through various situations they find themselves in. As you’re probably well aware, abiding by these rituals is paramount for autistic children and they are [...]
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and while many will celebrate with loved ones, and kids in school will exchange cards, children with autism may see this holiday in a different light. As you probably know, autism symptoms in children vary widely. Still, many children might struggle with Valentine’s Day because it’s characterized by things [...]
Autism is a pervasive developmental disorder that can present many challenges to affected families. If your son or daughter has been diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder, you may not know where to start. With our autism facts, you can develop a better understanding. […]
Children with autism face many difficulties in their daily lives, including the inability to focus, depression, poor self-control, and hyperactivity. These behavioral problems can last from the time a child is a toddler through adulthood. The physicians at Woodburn Pediatrics know this syndrome is often misunderstood and can be difficult to manage, but recommend exercise as [...]