What Is Aspergers Syndrome? A Clear & Simple Explanation

Posted On August 7, 2019 in

What Is Aspergers Syndrome? A Clear & Simple Explanation When you hear people talking about autism, Asperger’s syndrome is one of the most common terms you’ll hear. In some circles, it’s used almost as a replacement for the term “autism spectrum disorder.” And if your loved one is diagnosed with high-functioning autism, there’s even a… Read More

DIY Sensory Friendly Games for Children With Autism & Families

Posted On July 1, 2019 in

DIY Sensory Friendly Games for Autism Children & Families Finding ways to keep children with autism entertained is always a challenge, especially when you want to integrate the rest of the family into the fun. And if you’re like most parents, you want to create new games that capture your child’s interest without overwhelming their… Read More

How Early Intervention Can Help Children in Denver with Disabilities

The earliest years of your child’s life are some of the most important when it comes to their development. They discover social cues, learn how to interact with others, and lay the foundation for the people they will become. When your child has a disability, that process can be more difficult. The sooner that disability… Read More

Frequently Asked Questions Related to ABA Therapy

Posted On October 31, 2018 in

For parents who are entering their child in to therapy for the first time or who are unfamiliar with the method, ABA therapy may sound confusing. Many parents wonder, what happens in an ABA therapy session? What is the goal of ABA therapy and how can it help children who are struggling with autism?  … Read More

Surviving Thanksgiving: Strategies for Overcoming Social Anxiety

Most people tend to feel a little bit stressed out around Thanksgiving. There’s a lot of work that goes into planning Thanksgiving dinner, preparing your home for guests, and finding time to do all of the shopping and cooking.   However, for those with social anxiety, the stress that comes during Thanksgiving can be overwhelming…. Read More