In order to thrive in today’s crazy busy world, we need to stay focused on our priorities.
One of the first tasks I had as an RDI parent was to slow down.
Parents of children with special needs, autism included, are at a greater risk of developing what we call, “caregiver burnout”.
There are a LOT of autism treatments out there and chances are, if you have gone through the diagnosis phase, you will be just as confused as the rest of us about which one to choose.
Dear parents, ABA is not the only autism treatment available
Learn how RDI can give you back the power to parent!
Let’s take a look at how you can optimize this season and carve pumpkins with your child!
Here are some ideas to incorporate RDI into your evening bath time routine.
As a parent of special needs kids or a professional supporting others with special needs, self-care is essential.
How the communication you use can transform your child’s thinking opportunities