Parents often have the following concern: Do you think my child is in the right classroom setting? The answer to this question can be tricky, but here are a few important factors to look at when considering classroom placement. This is a team decision. Your team consists...

Teachers, this Thanksgiving tip is for you! If you are a parent, be sure to pass this post along to your child's teacher. If you have a few tricks up your sleeve that could really help your students during their holiday-break this year, please share the...

Parents often tell me that their children with autism have food challenges. They say that their children are sensitive to certain foods, and can be very picky eaters. This article addresses three reasons why children with autism can be picky eaters, followed by suggestions on...

Encouraging self-help skills and independence is incredibly important for children of all ages. Of course, it’s much easier to just do things for your child. It’s quicker, gets the job done, and often results in less arguments. However, if you don’t teach your child to...

Your child is smart. I know that communication is probably difficult for him, and because of this you might feel that you should give him everything he asks for. If you don’t feel this way, I imagine that you have family members that give into...