Dreading going out and about these next few weeks as holiday happenings require your family’s presence? Don’t worry. We’ve got you covered at the Autism Holiday HQ. We have all been there as witnesses, and most of us have been … Continue reading →
I have been teaching young children for more years than I would like to admit. Lucky for me, it’s a profession I love; observing, playing with, and teaching young learners. But I also love the fresh start every September brings. … Continue reading →
July 24, 2013
by Bonnie Comments Off on Oh… to Sleep
Children on the autism spectrum can have significant issues around sleep. These issues impact all family members as you stumble through another day on three hours’ sleep – you’re simply exhausted. Sleep is a complex issue, one that may need … Continue reading →
This is the second post in our “Proactive Parenting” series. Imagine the following scenario… “Mom, I want a cookie.” “No, not now, it is almost time for dinner.” Your child begins to cry or scream and you are annoyed. But … Continue reading →
This is the first post in our “Proactive Parenting” series. Proactive parenting is a simple method to help you and your child avoid the proverbial anger mountain. Imagine a bell curve or a gentle slope. At the bottom of the … Continue reading →
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