Our kids are always losing things, and then looking blankly at us when we ask where their lunch containers went. So we thought we’d address the issue for ourselves, and maybe also
Developmental autism therapies are primarily focused on building the ability of parents to understand, emotionally support, interact with, and guide their children. Challenges in the context of fun interactions leads to learning.
Do you have ideas or experiences about parenting children with autism that you would like to share? ADAPT would be pleased to post submissions from the perspective of parents of children with autism
We believe it’s important for families of children with autism to have well-supported therapy options to choose from, because every child and family’s needs are different. We are here to inform families of their options
In a perfect world, if our children needed help, we would know where to go, have an immediate opening in the right program, and everything would work out great. Unfortunately, it’s
Outdoor play is good for kids. It’s a natural form of exercise, it encourages kids to stretch their capabilities, physically
Once your child is in school, how do you know what you should expect? Sometimes problems arise. Where do you
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