Autism and Special Needs
How to Parent a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Asperger's Syndrome, ADHD, OCD, ODD, Anxiety, Sensory Processing Disorder, and more. Parenting tips…
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Are you looking for sensory-friendly Christmas gifts for your child this year? Here are 14 Sensory Christmas Gift Ideas for Children with Autism, best sensory toys for autism, sensory toy ideas, christmas sensory activities, christmas sensory, sensory christmas gifts, christmas stocking autism
How to get a kid to wear a mask won't be easy, but these sensory tips might make the task a little more doable! Read here to learn all about what materials may be less irritating, what mask I have found to be best, and tips for helping the process go as smoothly as possible. I even share a possible alternative idea to look into. #sensoryprocessing #autism #backtoschool #sensory #kids #parenting
Do you have a sensitive child who struggles with big emotions? Are they frequently angry? Do they go straight from calm to explosive with no warning? Highly sensitive children (HSCs) tend to feel things more deeply and sometimes those feelings include intense anger. This article focuses on anger and the highly sensitive child. I will be explaining what causes angry behavior in a child and offering parenting strategies to help address anger with highly sensitive children.
Here are 10 effective tips on how to homeschool your autistic child. These tips and tricks will help you make your days effective and beneficial to your child. Learning can be fun and these simple strategies will make it easier on your child. #autism #autistic #homeschool #teaching #school #tips #ideas #homeschooltips
Signs and symptoms of autism in babies and toddlers. These are the warning signs of autism we noticed between 18 months and 22 months. Keep in mind that all children are different, and all children on the autism spectrum are unique. There’s a saying about just this that goes, if you know one child with autism, well, you know one child with autism. #autism #autistic #actuallyautistic #autismawareness #spd #nonverbalautism #nonverbal #severeautism
Has your child been missing his Occupational therapy for sensory issues because of the Pandemic? You can meet your child's sensory needs at home. Create their own sensory room and sensory tools without a big budget or a lot of space in your house. This blog is full of ideas for sensory bottles, sensory space and other calm down sensory tools.
When Charlie was 2 1/2, we decided to give potty training a shot with the help of his ABA therapists. Having a child with autism, I worry about not knowing whether or not my son will ever be able to take care of himself. It�s really important for me to te
Need tips to get a picky eater with autism, sensory issues and/or other special needs to try new foods? Autism and eating can be extremely challenging and frustrating for parents, and we’ve got 8 helpful ideas for mom (and dad!) to try to help their kids overcome their rigid autism eating habits and embrace a healthier diet. Whether your child has gastrointestinal discomfort, food texture issues, or other eating challenges as a result of autism and sensory processing disorder, these tips are for
Does your child love crunchy foods? This healthy meal plan is great for picky eaters and kids with sensory issues. Try these easy healthy crunchy foods for kids! #pickyeaters
Head Banging in Autism. Head-banging is present at higher rates in kids with autism or cognitive delays. These are important prevention tips that address the most common reasons why kids may self-harm themselves. #autism #headbanging #selfinjuring #parenting #specialneeds #specialneedsparenting #ASD
DIY fidgets tutorials. Perfectly adapted to help children with autism and other special needs self-regulate and calm down. #Autism #DIYFidgets