The Holiday’s are hectic enough but for a family with a child with autism it can add even more stress. Here are a few things that can help keep the season bright!
Some great tips to make it easier for your child (and you!) to transition to a school schedule.
We all know the deal, at the end of the year we have high hopes to get in shape, find a better job, eat healthy. If you’re a parent, your resolutions tend to be more about the children than yourself but for parents of children with special needs, there are a few exceptions.
I recently heard a story about a mom referring to her son’s quirky behavior by saying to a friend “You know it’s an Asperger’s thing”. But in actuality her son is not diagnosed with Asperger’s or any other developmental disorder.
Understand the Signs for Autism Spectrum Disorders. The following signs may indicate your child is at risk for an Autism Spectrum Disorder.
The table is set. The enticing aroma from a meticulously-seasoned, mouth-watering, sizzling roast beef feels your entire home.
It is not always easy being a sibling of a child with autism. However, sibling relationships create benefits for both children and sibling bonds are special.