This article presents some tips for making the winter holiday break a little easier to cope with for children with autism.
Babies and toddlers constantly put things in their mouths. But when the behavior continues in preschool years and beyond, you might wonder if you are dealing with a neurodevelopmental disorder or if it’s just a more extended stage your child is going through.
This article outlines how you can help your child enjoy the holidays without getting overwhelmed, and explores some of the best Christmas gifts for children with sensory issues.
Playing is essential to child development because young kids learn through play. But kids with autism spectrum disorder don't play "like other kids." Discover the benefits of play in this article.
This article highlights tips and tricks that can reduce anxiety and sensory overload for children with autism when getting a haircut.
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a condition that comes with many challenges that you need to overcome. One of them might be struggling with keeping clothes or, in this case, shoes on. Here's how to overcome this hurdle.
This article outlines some tips and products to reduce anxiety and sensory overload associated with the change of seasons for children with autism.
High-functioning autistic spectrum disorders are often misunderstood. This guide explains some of the most common symptoms of autism spectrum disorders that may go unnoticed.
Throwing a party for an autistic child comes with challenges. Here are some tips to make an autism-friendly party a success.
It's the spooky season, which means Halloween is just around the corner. But for children with autism, Halloween might not be so much fun. While there are many things to do to make Halloween more sensory-friendly, you can start with the costumes.