Just thought I’d share this information about an upcoming Autism Conference in June…
The University of Vermont will host the 17th annual Summer Institute on Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Check it out here … National Autism Network
It’s well worth the read… http://www.snagglebox.com/article/autism-parenting-princess-bride
Many news sites have been posting that the Government will now cover the cost of a tracker for your autistic child…
I know people have varying opinions on “tracking” kids with ASD. My family has decided a tracker for my non-verbal grandson could be beneficial. The local police station provides a few, free of charge. Connor is on the waiting list. He has learned to open the front door. It’s scary to think your child may wander off when you take your eyes off him/her.
Here are some great tips to help prevent the wandering of a child at school (posted by Autism Speaks). http://www.autismspeaks.org/news/news-item/7-steps-you-can-take-prevent-wandering-your-child%E2%80%99s-school
This young man has overcome his fears. He’s breaking barriers, tearing down stereotypes, and teaching others!
It is a funny look at the truth. Laughter IS the best medicine.
It’s an absolutely adorable picture of my grandson (and my oldest son).
He may be non-verbal, but I think he has communicated his joy in this picture!
Click this link and follow it LIVE!
Be aware/Be informed/See things differently – but use common sense…
There is also a program in, Roanoke VA, to give wandering children tracking anklets, free of charge. I can’t locate the link at the moment, but when I do I will share it.
“ABA is the way to go.”