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7 Ways to Be an Everyday Advocate for Your Child with Autism

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Principle 3 – Think Critically: Be Discerning


Martin's Advice: In researching autism, you will be exposed to countless sources of information – from online articles, chat rooms, and blogs, to books, magazines, and newspapers. You will constantly have to weigh what to believe and what to do for your child. Always think for yourself; examine the evidence, pros, and cons; and notice how your emotions are affecting your thinking.

Source: The Everyday Advocate: Standing Up for Your Child with Autism

Next: Principle 4 – Speak with Authority: Be Proactive

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