Category: Newly Diagnosed Article – Home Life
Keeping Your Kids with ASD Safe
Safety is a top priority to all parents. Having autism brings unique challenges to keeping our children safe and protected….
Risk Reduction Strategies for Physical and Sexual Abuse
Sadly, individuals with autism are more vulnerable to abuse due to challenges in communication, poor social awareness, and being viewed…
Teaching your child with autism how to swim AND helping them develop water safety skills from a young age is critical…
Autism and Bullying
Most parents worry about their child being bullied. While statistics vary across research studies, people with autism are undoubtedly victims of…
Sleep Issues in ASD
Studies show that 53% percent of children with autism have at least one frequent sleep problem. Unfortunately, typical treatments are often short-lived…
Hope and Autism Parenting
As families coping with an autism diagnosis, our journey is fueled by education, support, and hope. Often as parents, we…
Strategies for a Calmer Home
There are numerous strategies that autism parents can incorporate into their home life that will make life easier and calmer….
Common Acronyms Used in Autism
Navigating autism can be filled with unknown acronyms. The following is a collection of some common acronyms and abbreviations used…