by shelly andrews | Dec 6, 2016 | blog, Uncategorized, weekly list
We may do different things to celebrate the multitude of holidays in December with our families, but we all tend have one thing in common — typically we have to travel some amount of distance to get to them! Any amount of travel can be challenging, but if you have a child with autism it can be even more daunting. Whether you are traveling by plane, train, or automobile, here are some tips to make your trip go a little smoother!
by shelly andrews | May 13, 2015 | blog, You're Not Alone
By Jonathan Slack, Market Research & Development Specialist The recent news of a flight making an emergency landing due to the behavior of a 15-year-old girl on the spectrum (despite the fact that she seemed to be fine after she ate) had me empathizing with the... Read More
by shelly andrews | Dec 1, 2012 | blog |
Social stories help children learn the skills they need to make good choices that will increase their social acceptance and life skills. They work because they relate to the child’s life experiences, are visual and are written in a language a child can... Read More
by shelly andrews | Jun 13, 2012 | blog |
Forty-eight corn dogs gone in seven days. Three square meals and two snacks daily. The constant nagging of the children that reside in my household. Messes in every room twenty-four hours per day. Three children to keep satisfied all summer long. Where is the sanity... Read More