Musical Comedy The Surface (or, That One Time Atlantis Washed Up on the Beach)
When moving cities with autistic children, here are some ways you can help your child with autism cope through the moving process.
To be diagnosed as autistic, your child will have to undergo a developmental assessment. Here are some ways you can prepare for your child’s autism assessment
NextStep Participants Gain Competitive Employment, Complete Pilot Program: Individuals with Autism Thriving with Employment, Communication, and Social Goals
April 2022: World Autism Month is upon us and there are some amazing updates here in 2022. Dr. Rick of The Play Project discusses with us some highlights
Entrusting a tablet or a phone to any child can be nerve-wracking, but it can be an excellent resource for autistic children. Technology offers the benefit of social support apps, audible PECs apps, educational games, and videos.
Whether it’s a new vegetable on their dinner plate or a new teacher at school, change can be challenging! By using routines, you can help your child get essential things done while maintaining a sense of comfort and familiarity.
Physical therapy helps children develop gross motor and functional mobility skills independently. As a child develops these skills, they gain more independence and self-esteem. It’s a safe way to build and strengthen muscles while also addressing muscle imbalances and weakness, especially for kids with special needs.
We love our kids and do our best to meet their needs. But sometimes, a dog is that magic ingredient that makes all the difference. Here are a few of the impressive health benefits of dogs to your children with autism.
Anxiety symptoms can manifest themselves in different ways, especially in children. That’s because no two cases are exactly alike. Even if your child has the same condition(s) and diagnosis as another, their symptoms can differ.