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 08/14/19 in Safety by Holly Reimann
“I was literally gone for five minutes.”
And, in that time, her child on the spectrum wandered off.
Children on the autism spectrum have a beautiful and complex thought process. Although they don’t always communicate with words... read more
Posted on 08/07/19 in Health by Beth Mishkind Roth
Siblings are often described as built-in best friends, confidants, and secret keepers; but they can also easily be labeled button pushers, enemies, and annoying. Bickering with your sibling is commonly thought of as practice for... read more
Posted on 08/01/19 in Advocacy by Molly D. Dann-Pipinias
Stimming is a big part of my life. It is something I do every day all day. It is also something that I’ve had a love-hate relationship. On the one (flapping) hand, it is a... 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