Posted on 12/06/19 in Relationships and Social Skills by Milestones Intern Haley Wargo
Dating can be a tricky thing to navigate. It’s even harder for someone with ASD. There are nuances and social cues we just might miss. Dating was always challenging for me. I had an interest... read more
Posted on 11/13/19 in Transition to Adulthood
by Haley Dunn, MA, LPC
Making friends takes work at any age, but as you get older, it can become increasingly more difficult.
According to a study done by University of Kansas communications professor, Jeffrey Hall, it was found that it... read more
Posted on 11/13/19 in Health by Nera Birch
Masking or camouflaging is something just about everybody does on a daily basis. Depending on where you are or who you are with, you act a certain way. People with autism have to do this... read more
Posted on 11/06/19 in Life Skills by Haley Moss, Esq.
*Note - I am referring to myself as "autistic in this blog post. Language preference is a personal choice. I do not feel my autism is being packed in my luggage with me while I... 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