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Travel Advice From An Autism Mom

Travel Advice From An Autism Mom

Are you an autism parent who dreams of being able to go on vacation like everyone else? What if I told you autism travel is possible and can even be fun?
Two Parents Guide to Success

Two Parents Guide to Success

Do you struggle to find balance in your family? This week my husband David sat down to discuss how our different parenting styles compliment each other to balance out our family life.
Top 20 Healthy Eating Habits For Picky Eater From Chef Marie

Top 20 Healthy Eating Habits For Picky Eater From Chef Marie

I am Chef Marie, 23 years in the restaurant business, expert in food allergens, developer of a new spice solution all allergen-friendly, also author and international show guest ON A MISSION! I am going to share with you 20 healthy habits and behaviors that will promote a happy lifestyle at home with your kids.
Caring For The Caregiver: 3 Tips To Prevent Caregiver Burnout

Caring For The Caregiver: 3 Tips To Prevent Caregiver Burnout

As a caregiver, we often get lost in the chaos. How can we care for our special children when we cannot take care of ourselves? As an adult and caregiver, we need to stock up our self care tool box. This tool box can hold helpful tips and strategies that we need facing stress and avoid caregiver burnout.
Flexible Seating For Your Classroom

Flexible Seating For Your Classroom

Flexible seating is giving your students options and control over parts of their education. The idea behind it is to use a variety of tools and seating options. By giving options to your students you allow them control, you help them to focus better which improves their grades and test scores.
Supporting Your Own Mental Health as a Special Needs Caregiver

Supporting Your Own Mental Health as a Special Needs Caregiver

Special needs families have a higher risk of anxiety, depression and other mental health issues. And that is not even mentioning caregiver burnout.
Why We Love Our Wiggle Seat?

Why We Love Our Wiggle Seat?

The wiggle seat, also known as a wobble cushion or balance disk, has changed our lives. It gives your child the sensory input that they desperately need and crave. It has soft bumps on one side and spikey bumps on the other side. You can inflate it as much or as little as you want for your child’s sensory needs.
Top 10 Famous People With Autism That Will Blow Your Mind

Top 10 Famous People With Autism That Will Blow Your Mind

Do you know anyone who loves Ghostbusters? Dan Akroyd, the creator of Ghostbusters, is autistic and took his obsession with police officers and ghosts to create the screenplay. It later became a franchise that has been successful for over 35 years and is still going strong. Some of these famous people with autism may surprise you.
Temple Grandin - The Meeting of a Legend

Temple Grandin - The Meeting of a Legend

Have you ever heard of Temple Grandin? Have you ever read a Temple Grandin book or watched the movie on the story of her life? For many autism parents, she is a huge inspiration.
The Ultimate Guide to Diet and Nutrition for Children with Autism

The Ultimate Guide to Diet and Nutrition for Children with Autism

Children with autism are more likely than their non-ASD peers to experience selective eating, food refusal, limited food acceptance and are at a greater risk for poor nutrient intake. One thing we need to understand is poor nutrition can be holding our children back from meeting their potential.
When to Potty Train Your Autistic Child?

When to Potty Train Your Autistic Child?

Are you tired of spending money on diapers? Or having to change them all the time? For many with autism, potty training can be a challenge. You can also face potty training regression. Today I am going to explain the tips and tricks to help you.
14 Ways to Help Children with Autism to Sleep Better

14 Ways to Help Children with Autism to Sleep Better

Does your child struggle with sleep issues? Research shows sleep issues are common in about 80% of all children with autism. There are a number of ways to help children with autism to sleep better.
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