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

Do Adults with Autism Go to College?

Posted On January 3, 2020 in
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Do Adults with Autism Go to College? When a loved one gets diagnosed with autism, it’s normal to question what the rest of their lives will look like. Will they be happy? Will they find a job? Will they be successful? While every person is different, many adults with autism go on to be productive… 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

Is Your Relationship Taking the Next Step Over the Holidays?

Posted On December 23, 2019 in
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Is Your Relationship Taking the Next Step Over the Holidays? For many, the holidays are a romantic time for giving or receiving a promise, a commitment, or a ring—anything that takes a relationship to the next level! According to a recent report from Statista’s Research Department, 19% of all proposals occur in December—more than double… 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