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Some mornings, your child feels anxious, overwhelmed, and does not want to walk out the front door to go to school. Mornings, especially Monday mornings, are tricky for kids with autism, because they are filled to the brim with transitions. Here are a few strategies that...

The following post is written in honor of Sophie and her beautiful family. I have her mom’s permission to share this story, photo, and name with you. Yesterday I received some news. My very first student with autism passed away with complications caused by a seizure....

Top 10 Things You Can Do to Prepare Your Child with Autism for Irma 1. Create a visual or several visuals so that he knows what to expect. Explain what a hurricane is. Talk about rain, wind, and loud noise. Don’t let all of these things come...