Posted on 02/25/20 in Parent and Caregiver by Nathan Morgan
Over the past several years, autism rates have steadily climbed to one in 59 children having a formal diagnosis. There are many reasons for this, ranging from increased public knowledge of autism to a greater... read more
Posted on 10/29/19 in Parent and Caregiver by Milestones
The holidays are a fun time of year for many reasons: more quality time with loved ones, holiday activities, yummy comfort food at every turn... the list goes on and on.
For many individuals on the... read more
Posted on 08/17/19 in Parent and Caregiver by Nicole Crews
As a parents of twins on the autism spectrum, it is important that my family has the necessary supports at home to address our children’s needs. My husband and I tried to do it all... read more
Posted on 07/31/19 in Parent and Caregiver by Wendy Spitz
This article was originally published by The Sun/Sun Messenger and cleveland.com.
Many of us have dreams of what we think our children's lives will be like. Finding out that your child has special needs can bring... read more
Posted on 01/29/19 in Parent and Caregiver by Salina Miller
I recently posed this question to the moms in the support group I facilitate: "Do you practice self-care?"
The blank stares on their faces told me all that I needed to know. Questions began to come... read more