Is an inclusive classroom right for your autistic child? It all depends... not only on your child, but also on your district. Here are some questions to help you consider your best educational option.
School inclusion is not always easy to achieve, and your district may not be ready to make it a success. Why not? Here are six of the most common reasons.
What is an autistic meltdown? It's not quite the same thing as an ordinary temper tantrum. Learn about warning signals and how to interpret them.
Yes, it is possible to learn too much about autism. To avoid burnout, take these suggestions!
There are many reasons why autism can put strain on a marriage. Do any of these reasons sound familiar to you?
Autistic meltdowns can be upsetting to everyone -- including the child with autism. Here are some tips for actually preventing those meltdowns from happening.
Many families think about moving to find better services and resources for an autistic child. Is it worth considering a move? Here are some tools to help you make that decision.
Should you quit your job to care for your autistic child? The answer depends upon many factors -- including you!
Sensory Processing Disorder is now a formal part of the criteria for autism, and SPD University offers a huge range of resources for learning about and getting started with sensory therapies.
Yes, parents CAN become their child's autism therapist -- though it does take time, money, and (ideally) at least a little professional help to get started. Learn more about what's available and how to take advantage of online training options.