What Is Autism and What Can I Do to Help My Child?

Posted On June 19, 2020 in
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As a parent, you want what’s best for your child, no matter what they’re experiencing. However, for parents of children with autism, doing what’s best for their children isn’t always easy to figure out, especially right after receiving the diagnosis. Right after you learn that your child is on the autism spectrum, it’s normal to… Read More

Should Adults with Autism Disclose Their Diagnosis with Their Workplace?

Posted On June 12, 2020 in
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For adults with autism spectrum disorder, daily life often looks just like everyone else’s. You have responsibilities to take care of, hobbies you enjoy, and need a way to earn a living. While finding a job can often be easy, especially if it’s something you’re passionate about, figuring out the nuances of that job takes… Read More

What Happens When You Start Family Autism Therapy with Your Child

Posted On June 5, 2020 in
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Finding out that your child has autism spectrum disorder can dramatically change your life. Though those changes aren’t usually for the worse, coping with that diagnosis on your own is something no parent should ever have to do. Family autism therapy will give you and your family access to a better understanding of your child… Read More

Ways to Keep Children with Autism Entertained Indoors

Posted On May 24, 2020 in
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Ways to Keep Children with Autism Entertained Indoors When you have children with autism, staying indoors while also giving them the stimulation they need can be a real challenge. With the stay-at-home recommendations getting extended across the country, it’s likely that you’re going to need to keep your kids at home throughout the summer. If… Read More

Tips for Denver Parents Working with Children with Autism on Schoolwork

Posted On May 16, 2020 in
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Tips for Denver Parents Working with Children with Autism on Schoolwork Since Colorado schools are closed for the rest of the year, parents across the Denver area are starting to deal with an entirely new challenge: finding ways to keep their kids learning at home. Working with children with autism in an academic setting is… Read More