Are you ready to embrace the great outdoors with your family? National Play Outside Day is here, and we have something special for our autism community! Whether it's the first Saturday of the month or any day, let's celebrate Autism Friendly Play Outside Day together!
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Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), as the name suggests, manifests in various ways across different individuals. The unique needs and challenges associated with autism can make routine transitions, such as moving from the school year to summer vacation, significantly demanding for children with autism and their families. This post explores the specific difficulties experienced by these children and offers potential strategies for parents and caregivers...
Join us for an extraordinary episode as we delve into the world of autism and discover the transformative power of early intervention, the significance of community and support for autism families, and the untapped potential of individuals on the Spectrum. Our special guest, Eustacia Cutler, renowned as Temple Grandin's mother, will share her invaluable insights and experiences, shedding light on the journey of raising a child with autism.
This smoothie is not only delicious but also includes ingredients that are known to have a calming effect. Bananas are rich in potassium and magnesium, which can help to reduce anxiety and promote relaxation. Blueberries are high in antioxidants and have been shown to improve...
If winter has you feeling cooped up, it might be time to figure out tome ways to reconnect the family and find some relief form the winter blues. Here are 10 ideas for things that might bring your family some fun and create memories:
Sugar's daughter loves Neural Balance because it helps her but it doesn't change her. We don't see autism as a defect, but we do understand that anxiety, poor sleep, sensory overload, lack of focus, and many of the difficult attributes of autism (and PANS, MTHFR, ADHD, etc.) can make life more difficult than it needs to be.
On and off the Spectrum, life is easier when a person can deal with anxiety, get a healthy night's sleep, process sensory stimuli, and focus on the task at hand. We see the positives and the negatives of autism/being autistic so we simply want to offer support and help where needed without changing the person or turning them into a zombie.
Watch the video up here ⬆️ or listen to the podcast right here ⬇️ Join my guest Jennifer Kozek as we talk about depression in younger kids and teens: How to recognize the warning signs and what to do about it.
It’s the time of year where families start solidifying plans to gather with relatives and family friends for the holidays. While there’s plenty to enjoy about this season, it also certainly comes with its fair share of stress. In particular, holiday family gatherings can cause extra anxiety for kids who have to cope with unfamiliar situations, crowded rooms, and a break from their structured routine.