Kids in the spectrum usually crave strict routine and have a hard time with a varying schedule. A visual schedule is a wonderful way to help in areas where children struggle or to teach them a new routine.
We all have moments where we look at our kids and say how can you have so much energy. Children in general have a lot of energy. Trust me there are days I wish I could steal some of it.Harnessing the energy especially during times they need to sit and focus can be very difficult. Class work can be very difficult. But admit it even we, adults, struggle to sit and focus at times.
In recent years, buzz has been building around gluten-free and casein-free (GFCF) diet for kids with autism. So what is gluten-free/casein-free diet and why is everyone eager to switch their kids’ diet?