Autism and the Holidays

Holidays can be one of the most special times of the year for all of us and our children.  There’s something magical about reliving the wonder of this special time through our children’s eyes.  I remember as a child, so excited to have time off school to enjoy the holidays and the traditions I looked forward to every year. However, for the autism community and their loved ones and caregivers, holidays can look very different. A mom in one of

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Autism and Team Communication

I’m sure you’ve heard the saying “It takes a village.”  For some reason, every time I heard someone say that, it made me cringe.  I was do so much on my own, and I don’t have family nearby.  As a single parent with no family near, where was my village?  I changed my perspective when my son was diagnosed as developmentally delayed and then eventually with autism.  So many people became involved in his education and therapy.  Once I started

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