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Insightful Autism Facts for Families, Friends & Caregivers

Posted On May 7, 2019 in

Insightful Autism Facts for Families, Friends & Caregivers As a parent, you want people to treat your child with respect. But when they’re diagnosed with autism, getting people to see beyond the label and get to know your child is difficult at best. This is due to a severe lack of information and education among… Read More

Is My Autistic Child Ready for Kindergarten?

Posted On April 2, 2019 in

Is My Autistic Child Ready for Kindergarten? Summer is almost here and that means it’s time to start thinking about your child’s school. Kindergarten is an exciting time for all children, but for kids with autism, it can also be a stressful change in their lives. You want the best for your autistic child, but… Read More

Why Late Diagnosis is Common for Aspergers Syndrome

Posted On April 2, 2019 in

When it comes to the autism spectrum, there are hundreds if not thousands of levels of severity. One person with severe autism may be diagnosed at a very young age. This allows them to get the treatment and therapy they need throughout their formative years and helps them better adjust to society. But what happens… Read More

Tips for Working with Children with Autism in an Early Childcare Setting

Posted On April 2, 2019 in

Early childhood and daycare settings are a great way to foster socialization and get kids used to interacting with their peers. However, for children with autism, the experience is not as simple or fun. Working with children with autism requires patience and training, but with the right techniques you can help kids on the spectrum… Read More