By raluca.olariu@…, 1 August, 2023

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) affects individuals in unique ways, particularly in the realm of social interactions.

Children with autism often struggle with social skills, making it challenging for them to form meaningful connections and navigate social situations effectively.

By raluca.olariu@…, 5 June, 2023

The online world is both a resourceful and a dangerous place. It can be used to help you learn, but it also has the potential to hurt if not handled properly. This article will provide some tips for the safe use of the internet for the autism community.


By raluca.olariu@…, 17 May, 2023

As the summer months approach and temperatures soar, it's important to recognize that children with autism may face unique challenges when it comes to coping with hot weather.

The combination of sensory sensitivities, difficulty regulating body temperature, and potential behavioral issues can make this time of year particularly challenging for both children and their parents.

By raluca.olariu@…, 9 May, 2023


Taking children to the dentist can be a daunting experience for any parent, but when it comes to children with autism, it can present unique challenges. The sensory sensitivities, communication difficulties, and unfamiliar environment can make dental visits overwhelming for children on the autism spectrum.

However, it is crucial to address these challenges, as neglecting dental care can lead to severe consequences.

By raluca.olariu@…, 20 April, 2023

The importance of making schools more autism-friendly cannot be underestimated.

For children with autism, attending school can be a difficult and overwhelming experience due to social and sensory challenges.

To ensure that these students can reach their full potential and have access to the same opportunities as their peers, it is essential for schools to create an environment that is safe, supportive, and tailored to the needs of individuals on the autism spectrum.

By raluca.olariu@…, 9 April, 2023

Children with autism have unique needs when it comes to sensory input. Some may be overly sensitive, while others may be under-responsive to sensory stimulation.

In both cases, introducing a sensory room into the home of a child with autism can be a powerful and beneficial experience.