Are you doing all that you can do to be an advocate for you child with autism at the start of the school year? Create an “All About Me” written portrait of your child to share with the school staff! This is a fun project that will help the school staff learn more...
Don’t let back to school anxiety win!
Is your child’s treatment falling short?
Parents should be empowered and encouraged to know that they have what it takes.
Take the first step towards building a true connection with your child, invest in Online Parent Training.
Allow yourself to hope again!
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.