It is never too early to begin planning for your loved one’s future. The following are estimated ages to start preparing your child to be as independent as possible.
GI symptoms are four times as prevalent in autism than in neurotypical children. As a result, many behaviors labeled as simply “autism”may really be GI pain or other GI issues.
There are numerous circumstances in which our kids diagnosed with autism have nutritional deficiencies. This can be due to restricted eating habits, malabsorption issues in a compromised gastrointestinal tract, or even genetic abnormalities.
Behavior is a form of communication. When our kids are not feeling well, it may show in their behavior. Therefore, a trip to the pediatrician or family doctor may be in order. There are specific…
Our kids may look healthy on the outside, but only lab work can tell us how the body is really functioning. Therefore, most parents start by gettingbaseline testing through their pediatrician.
Holidays are a time of family fun and traditions. However, people with autism may struggle with the change of routine, new foods, and environments. Follow these tips to make your holiday fun for everyone!
Traveling and taking vacations are important parts of a balanced life. While these things can add additional stress to a person with autism, planning ahead can make a huge difference.