Oh my goodness! I wouldn’t allow this very extreme therapy to be used on my grandson.
We were playing a speaking game just last week…
Worth the time to read!
This is worth the time to watch. Talks about the importance of reaching an autistic child through the things they love.
Technology can help draw that knowledge out and open up their world!
WRAL.com recently posted an article about the current top 10 rated apps for ASD children.
Check it out! http://www.wral.com/autism-month-10-highly-rated-apps-for-children-with-autism/13557110/
- Be aware
- Be informed
- See things differently
- Find joy in the gift of a child
Everyone has potential!
They both recommended the same book! Toilet Training in Less Than a Day by Azrin & Foxx.
I did a little poking around the internet and found this autism specific article bout the program. Great information! If you are working on potty training your ASD child, check it out.
A serious subject, but the participants will make you smile
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The perfect day to gift this book to someone you know who is wondering if they have a child on the Spectrum…
AUTISM AWARENESS DAY! One reader had THIS to say about “Autism: Expressions of a non-verbal child” … If you want to gain insight, hope, and encouragement to keep trying…or if you need to help someone in your life gain understanding of autism challenges, but you don’t want to hand them a textbook of difficult terminology, choose this user-friendly book…
You can purchase it at http://www.amazon.com/Autism-Expressions-non-verbal-Pam-Horton/dp/1490979433/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1396446988&sr=8-2&keywords=pam+horton
April 2nd is Autism Awareness DAY!
April is also the Month of the Military Child.
Remember, military families have children with ASD, too.
Communication is key! Non-verbal does not mean unintelligent! Check out this article from Liberty Voice, showing two different possibilities for communicating with your non-verbal child.
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!