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Autism Products

Cognition Aids

Engage those with autism on many levels with these problem solving, memory and speech products.

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Communication Tools

These digital devices, provide non-verbal ways for caregivers and autistic adults to interact.

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Wandering Prevention

Minimize potentially dangerous wandering episodes with our alert and locator devices.

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Calming Tools

Keep autistic loved ones calm with activities to entertain the mind and appeal to the senses.

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Oral Hygiene Helpers

Explore oral hygiene products that foster independence during routine dental care.

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Condition Overview: Autism

Autism spectrum disorder, or ASD, refers to a range of neurodevelopmental disorders, including Asperger's syndrome, pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified (PDD-NOS), and autism. Hallmark symptoms of this condition include social impairments, trouble with communication and repetitive, restricted patterns of behavior.

Autism Detection and Diagnosis

ASD is diagnosed by medical professionals based on people's behavior. These indicators are usually detected and identified during childhood. The prevalence of autism in the U.S. has increased from 1 in 150 people in 2000 to 1 in 68 people in 2010 as awareness has grown, underscoring the importance of learning how to foster growth and independence for those affected by the condition. Because ASD is not a degenerative disorder, difficulties relating to the condition do not worsen as people age.

Adults with Autism

As children with autism grow into adults, medical professionals can provide support in figuring out employment and other future plans. Individuals may be able to live semi-independently or completely so, depending on the type of ASD they have and how severe it is. Ensuring that they can take their lives to the next level requires support from family members and friends with the help of home care products for autism.

 

 

Prepare for Care: Autism

what to expect

Caregivers who have helped raise adults with ASD and are familiar with their behaviors also know their needs. Therefore, these caregivers are the best resource in predicting what loved ones may have trouble with when alone, and can seek out the proper home care items to better enable semi-independent living.

People living independently with ASD can also benefit from autism home care products. Figuring out which ones will fit their lifestyles will depend on personal preference. If necessary, caregivers can check in from time-to-time to ensure that everything is going smoothly. A gradual transition from semi-independence to greater independence can be helped along by home care products designed specifically for those with autism. Once individuals with ASD are settled, visits from caregivers can transition to social ones rather than visits pertaining to a caregiver relationship.

Prepare Your Home

Adults with ASD who can live semi-independently can benefit from home care items for ASD, including tools like cognition aids, which can be used by one person, two people or a group. Autism communication devices can enable loved ones to better communicate, while calming tools help control a situation that could otherwise get out of hand. If adults with autism are prone to leaving their homes, wandering prevention can alert caregivers or neighbors of any problems.

Individuals with ASD who can and choose to live entirely on their own should take advantage of autism home care products that foster their independence. For example, if they love cooking, food preparation tools can be a fitting gift. It is essential for caregivers to show support and make sure loved ones know that help is always available.

 

 

Shopping List: Autism

  • 27889 EZ Mornings Tool Kit
  • 24213 Flex Your Brain Cards
  • 22099 Cards: Everyday Activities to Sequence
  • 29296 SoftEdge
  • 22058 Wireless Wander Alarm
  • 28766 Pill Organizer, 31-Day Monthly with Alarm Clock
  • 22066 Redware Basic Dining Set
  • 22114 Redware Deluxe Dining Set
  • 22051 Activity Pillow
  • 22137 Picture Phone
  • 28008 Wireless Departure & Fall Prevention 2-Pendant Paging System
  • 24391 Reminiscing through the 20th Century

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