Offering the Proper Accommodations in the Workplace

Offering the Proper Accommodations in the Workplace

It is estimated that during the next decade, more than 500,000 young people with ASD will turn 18.  It’s hard enough for high school...

30 Dec 2014

Santa Claus for Children on the Spectrum

Santa Claus for Children on the Spectrum

Visiting Santa Claus and sitting on his lap to disclose a Christmas wishlist has long been a joyous experience for many children across the world....

23 Dec 2014

Autism and Holiday Schedules

Autism and Holiday Schedules

Written by Judy Endow, MSW For an autistic, getting through the holiday time can be tricky. For me, as an autistic parent with children who...

21 Dec 2014

21 Dec 2014

Christmas Day: A Holiday!?

Christmas Day: A Holiday!?

Written by Josie Santomauro, author of children's book, The ASD Zoo of Kalamazoo 

Christmas Day was always a day of mixed highs and lows for my son. The highs of receiving gifts and riding on the heightened excitement even if he didn't know what was going on, and the lows of forced socializing and close body contact via hugging and kissing from family members, all leading to a major sensory overload that would occur approximately around 4 pm. 

1 Dec 2014

Good Neighbors: Teach Your Child to be a Part of the Community

Good Neighbors: Teach Your Child to be a Part of the Community

Written by Elizabeth A. Sautter, MA, CCC-SLP, AAPC Author

Wherever you live, neighbors are important. These are the people you’ll see day after day, and the people you’ll likely turn to when you need a cup of milk or your car won’t start. Developing friendly relationships with neighbors and teaching your children to do the same will build community on your block and help your child develop a sense of responsibility for others. Here are some ideas for teaching your child to be a thoughtful and helpful neighbor:


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