The idea of traveling in an RV from Maine to Washington, DC was daunting. Add in autism and I thought we might be certifiable. But overall it was an amazing trip and we are so happy we went. Here are the top ten things I learned from this vacation.
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Our top five takeaways from our weekend at AAC Camp. Check them out and see if they will help your pre-verbal or AAC-using child!
Not the most glorious of topics. But a very really look of what it’s like to live with a child on the spectrum, particularly those who are categorized in the “moderate-to-severe” side of the spectrum, like our Brian.
The 4th of July can be very overstimulating for those with autism or sensory processing disorder. Between our two boys we have figured this holiday out and have developed a very strategic plan. Here are our top five needed items for a successful Parade! What’s your go-to items?
My top ten pieces of advice for parents who are just starting out on this autism road. Things like figuring out all the acronyms and making sure to keep your sanity.
A couple of months ago I stumbled across a website that talked about phenol intolerances. I couldn’t believe how much of it described Brian to a tee. Here is the list of symptoms they said an individual would have if they couldn’t tolerate phenols: Some typical symptoms indicating your child may have a phenol problem […]