When a child is stressed and upset, he/she cannot think rationally so trying to talk your child out of their behavior or change their behavior in the moment feels useless. Sometimes the consequences we give, like “time out” or taking … 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 →
Visual supports in your home All children need structure and predictability in daily life. The sense of security this provides eases transitions and creates calm in the home. Children with autism may insist on routines because they may suffer from … Continue reading →
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