Getting back to a sense of normal can cause stress and anxiety for kids with ASD. Here are some strategies to help ease the transition.
5 TED Talks to inspire autism parents March 30, 2021
These speakers talk about autism in a way that brings inspiration and even enlightenment to those who are parents and caregivers for children with autism and ADHD.
There are many different ways to help kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) learn and grow. Visual routine charts can be the key to helping a child become more independent and less anxious day to day.
Article: How to keep your children safe when watching TV June 30, 2022
This article outlines some of the main risks involved in watching TV in the modern age, as well as some strategies to help you help your kids as they navigate the information-soaked, media-heavy time in which we now live.
Tips from a research study conducted by Firah.org and supported by the UEFA Foundation for Children from parents, professionals and children with ASD for problems arising from the use of digital tools.
This informational booklet is designed to provide parents with strategies to improve sleep in their child affected by autism.
Autism & Challenging Behaviors: Strategies & Support November 30, 2020
Use this kit to help provide you with behavioral strategies and resources, and lead you to professionals within your community.
This website provides information, guides and tips for teaching people with ASD to drive.
Autism Expressions Card Deck November 30, 2020
This deck of cards is to help parents, siblings, teachers, therapists, health practitioners and others better understand what is happening for the non-verbal or low-verbal autistic child.
Autism Grown Up June 24, 2021
Autism Grown Up, Inc. is a non-profit organization that primarily serves the autism community online. Their tools and materials are created for people on the autism spectrum and their support networks to use. They define support network as family members, peers, professionals, employers, and other important stakeholders.