Why Early Intervention Is Important for Treating Autism

Posted On November 12, 2019 in

Why Early Intervention Is Important for Treating Autism As a parent, you want what’s best for your child. This means you’re willing to do anything you can to keep them healthy, happy, and set them up for a successful future. But if your child is diagnosed with autism, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed or to… Read More

Lessons from Teachers on kids with Autism.

Posted On September 5, 2019 in

Life Lessons that Teachers Learn from Working with Children with Autism Working with children with autism is both incredibly challenging and incredibly rewarding. They keep teachers on their toes and often force them to think about subjects in a different way. But beyond the challenges lies one universal truth: children with autism teach you more… Read More

Is there a Cure for Autism? Helpful Information for Parents

Posted On August 7, 2019 in

Is there a Cure for Autism? Helpful Information for Parents Finding out that your child has autism can be quite the emotional journey. And it’s natural to wonder if there is a cure for autism. After all, science keeps making improvements and new treatments get developed every year. Here’s what you need to know.   … Read More

How to Support a Child with Autism on Valentine’s Day

Posted On February 13, 2019 in

How to Support a Child with Autism on Valentine’s Day For adults, the idea of Valentine’s Day conjures images of romance, affection, and love. But for a child with autism, Valentine’s Day can be a much different experience. Many parents become concerned around holidays because they’re worried about how their autistic child will react to… Read More

Employment: What will that look like for my child?

Posted On October 9, 2015 in

Most parents want their child to lead a productive and fulfilling life as they transition into adulthood and in our society that often means having a job. However, this can be a difficult achievement for most of the population that we work with. In fact, less than 10% of individuals with autism with an average… Read More