5 Common Myths About High Functioning Autism

Posted On January 8, 2020 in
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5 Common Myths About High Functioning Autism Autism truly is a spectrum disorder. Some people with autism exhibit more severe symptoms and face challenges that make daily life impossible without the help of a full-time caregiver. Others can often function in society with very few people knowing that they’re “different.” These people typically get diagnosed… Read More

Moving, Autism, and Children: Moving Tips for Parents

Posted On January 8, 2020 in

Moving, Autism, and Children: Moving Tips for Parents Moving is an incredibly stressful time, no matter how often you do it. But for parents of children with autism, the process is even tougher. Not only do you have to worry about packing and unpacking, but you also have to help your child cope with a… Read More

How to Help Children with Autism Have a Fun & Safe New Year’s Eve

Posted On January 1, 2020 in

How to Help Children with Autism Have a Fun & Safe New Year’s Eve The holidays don’t always help with autism. Sometimes, they can cause major disruptions for your child and make the rest of the family feel less festive. New Year’s Eve can easily be the most disruptive and triggering for children anywhere on… Read More

Ways to Help Adults with Autism Cope with Death & Bereavement

Posted On December 16, 2019 in
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Ways to Help Adults with Autism Cope with Death & Bereavement Death is one of the hardest subjects to discuss with anyone. It brings up conflicting emotions and is tough to understand at the best of times. However, for adults with autism, coping with the death of a loved one can be even more challenging…. Read More

How to Help Children with Autism Prepare for a Haircut

Posted On December 16, 2019 in
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How to Help Children with Autism Prepare for a Haircut Getting a haircut may seem like a routine experience. But for children with autism, it can be a stressful event that leaves them feeling unsafe and unhappy for hours afterward. With a little preparation and a lot of patience, you can help your child get… Read More