Posted on 02/04/19 in School by Nathan Morgan
Summer can be a challenging time for many families, perhaps more so for families with autism. Significant disruptions to daily routines can be troublesome for children with autism, not to mention how overwhelming it can... 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
Posted on 01/29/19 in Therapy by Milestones
Curious how music therapy could benefit your child this summer?
Individuals with ASD frequently respond well to routines and schedules so introducing a new activity in the slower months can help the whole family.
"With the change... read more
Posted on 01/29/19 in Social and Recreation by Lori Mago
The Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities (CCBDD) believes that everyone can benefit from a vacation away from home, opportunities to meet new people and to learn new skills, especially during the summer. While CCBDD... read more
Posted on 12/17/18 in Life Skills by Milestones
Jacob Winkelman is your average fun-loving, sports-obsessed 21-year-old. When he is not attending school at the Monarch Center for Autism or interning here at Milestones, you may find him playing video games, following his favorite... read more