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I’ve seen it before. The headshakes, the eyes rolling, the judgements, the whispers, and the snickering comments. There stands a mom in the grocery store, her child melting down in the chips aisle, partly because he doesn’t see his favorite potato chips (which are actually...

The holidays can be an overwhelming and emotional time for anyone, let alone families and educators of children on the autism spectrum.  My grandmother used to say something that has stuck with me through the years.  Whenever I came to visit her, she would tell me,...

When your child gets home from school, and you ask her, “What did you do today?”, what is her usual response? Here are some common responses that parents often report: • Complete silence • “Huh?” • “Dunno.” • “I played.” • “I had lunch.” • “I can’t remember.” Do any of those examples...