Are mealtimes a challenge? Focus on what you’d like to see. Whether you’re struggling with grabbing, messy eating, pouring drinks independently, or washing hands and face after eating, choose only one goal to start. Starting slow doesn’t mean that you give up on the others. You can add more goals after your child is learning the new skill you’re focusing on.
Siblings lives are intertwined. And if one child has Autism, the dynamics and needs of each child might change. Here are some tips that may help your children on their journey together.
Preparing for the holidays should be fun! But it can turn stressful and overwhelming when your child with Autism doesn’t like change. Here’s what you can do.
Decades of research have established the benefits of ABA-based interventions and supports for individuals on the autism spectrum. However, many in the Autistic community and throughout the neurodiversity movement have been calling for a kinder, more compassionate approach to ABA.
As a parent of a newly (or not-so-newly) diagnosed child with Autism, you know how confusing it can be to find good information about this spectrum disorder. The good news is that you can do a lot to help your child succeed!