2022 Milestones National Autism Conference
Milestones Autism Resources
4853 Galaxy Parkway, Suite A
Warrensville Heights, OH 44128
Phone: (216) 464-7600
First learning about autism can be overwhelming. We have been where you are and can help with trusted, time-tested solutions, tips, education and support for every stage, from getting a diagnosis to adulthood. We are here with evidence-based guidance for parents, siblings and relatives.
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Handling or better yet preventing inappropriate behaviors can feel overwhelming when you’re trying to get through the day and help your child achieve goals. Find out about strategies that can help.
Ultimately our goal as parents is to ensure our children are safe, happy and as independent as possible. Teaching functional communication skills is critical to ensuring their needs and wants are met.
IEPs, or Individualized Education Plans, are crucial to help autistic students succeed in their school environment. These tips can prepare you for the different steps in the process.
One of the biggest questions for parents of an autistic child is how your child will be able to succeed as an adult. You can plan for transition based on your child’s unique needs.
Strategies for building your children's sibling relationship, balancing needs of the autistic sibling and neurotypical sibling. Advice for grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins for the special role you can play for your autistic relative.
Learn how Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) impacts how each unique person communicates, interacts, behaves and learns. Know the early warning signs of autism. Explore FAQs and behavioral interventions.
Tool Kits are a great way to to assist with your personal planning and navigation of common challenges, and have been developed in response to some of our most frequently asked questions.
We feature more than 1,000 educational, therapeutic, medical and recreational resources, with a special focus on resources in Ohio.
Frequently asked questions about Autism Spectrum Disorder.
For families and autistic individuals, handling daily challenges such as sensory and social communication issues can bring stress that impacts mental health. Getting mental health assistance is important to help bring balance to those daily challenges.
Being autistic doesn’t exempt children or adults from having an additional condition. This page gives you information about mental and physical co-existing conditions.
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