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

Treating Autism: Encourage Positive Behaviors in Your Toddler

Posted On December 16, 2019 in
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Treating Autism: Tips for Encouraging Positive Behaviors in Your Toddler For parents of toddlers with autism, navigating daily life can be filled with challenges. You never know when your toddler will be on their best behavior or when they’ll have an uncontrollable meltdown. Though treating autism with an experienced therapist can help you and your… Read More

How Common Is It for Adults with Autism to Go Undiagnosed?

How Common Is It for Adults with Autism to Go Undiagnosed? Getting diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder is relatively common. In fact, one out of every 59 children will get diagnosed with autism. This diagnosis tends to happen early in life as doctors and parents typically notice the signs at an early age. For kids… Read More

10 Things Children with Asperger’s Syndrome Wish You Knew

Posted On November 12, 2019 in

10 Things Children with Asperger’s Syndrome Wish You Knew Autism impacts people of all ages in different ways. This means can be difficult to know how to interact with people on the spectrum in daily life. But it’s important to note that just because someone is on the spectrum doesn’t mean they’re any less human…. Read More

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