When considering the world of driving, there are a number of tips that can be helpful to make sure that your child with Autism is ready and that you are comfortable with this big step in the transition to adulthood and greater independence.
Developing and engaging in healthy ways can seem even more complex amid juggling work, school, friends, social media and technology. Despite these challenges, it is still possible to build a strong relationship with our children through creative activities.
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Picky Eating: How to Help Change a Child's Food Habits
Jun 28, 2018
Picky eating is common among young children, but picky eaters aren’t just kids who refuse to eat vegetables. Here are ways to help better understand this problem and how to manage it. Read More
It is difficult to predict whether an individual with ADHD will experience a significant improvement in symptoms and impairment over time; but, individuals with more severe ADHD symptoms, greater impairments in functioning, family histories of ADHD and additional psychiatric diagnoses (e.g., mood, anxiety, and substance use disorders) appear most at risk for continued difficulties. Read More
How to Have a Successful Summer: Building Deeper Connections with Your Kids
May 24, 2018
Your relationship with your child is the most important predictor of their future self and success. Fancy vacations are not necessary to create joyful moments. Spending quality time playing and learning together will help you nourish that relationship and grow together.Read More
Autism Awareness Day: A Time for Acceptance and Action
Apr 02, 2018
April 2 marks the 11th annual World Autism Awareness Day – a day to recognize people living with autism. Cities around the globe have hosted events recognizing Autism on this day, and many notable places celebrate the day by participating in “Light it up Blue.” Last year, Read More
6 Things Every Parent Should Know About Toilet Training
Mar 30, 2018
Toilet training is a big milestone for children but can also be a nerve-wracking time for parents. Understanding the process is important and so is recognizing when it might be beneficial to reach out for professional help. Read More
Substance Abuse: Are You Worried Your Teen May Using?
Mar 06, 2018
You are not alone. The media is exploding with information on opioid overdoses, and the debate about the legalization of marijuana wages on. Here are a few important things to know about teen substance abuse. More teens that not have used alcohol. Read More
Exposure to Community Violence and Its Impact on Our Youth
Jan 25, 2018
It’s hard to ignore the levels of violence in the United States, especially within the juvenile population. This has a clear impact on the country as a whole, but more specifically, the youth who have been exposed to it. Read More