How to Help & Support Teens with Autism when It Comes to Dating

Posted On January 7, 2019 in

Dating is tough enough for teens. However, when they’re on the autism spectrum, this normal part of growing up can quickly become more complicated. Luckily, there are a few ways you can help your teen navigate the dating scene successfully. You just have to be patient and understanding throughout the process. Here are a few… Read More

Autism and Sleep: How to Help Your Child Get a Good Night’s Rest

Posted On December 6, 2018 in

Sleep is one of the most important things for growing kids. Without it, they can’t wake up feeling recharged and refreshed. For Denver parents with children on the autism spectrum, helping them get to sleep and stay asleep is often one of the hardest parts of the day. Here are a few simple things that… Read More

Surviving Thanksgiving: Strategies for Overcoming Social Anxiety

Most people tend to feel a little bit stressed out around Thanksgiving. There’s a lot of work that goes into planning Thanksgiving dinner, preparing your home for guests, and finding time to do all of the shopping and cooking.   However, for those with social anxiety, the stress that comes during Thanksgiving can be overwhelming…. Read More