What Is Mild Autism In Children?

People often have only one specific idea of what they think autism looks like and it’s usually the severe kind. They think it’s having little to no social or communication skills. Or it could be an inability to make eye contact, and a hypersensitivity to sounds and change. 


To these people, having autism automatically means you can never live a full life and you will always need someone else to care for you.


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Telehealth Therapy Sessions: Are they right for your child?

We’re in the middle of a global pandemic. That’s kind of a big deal.

But, if you’ve got a child with special needs, those needs don’t just stop even though the world seems to have shut down.

For a time, it made sense to press pause on things until we could get a handle on the virus and figure out how to flatten the curve. Now, several months later, we’ve got to figure out how to resume living in the midst of a very contagious illness that doesn’t seem to be going anywhere anytime soon. 

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Why Homeschooling is a Wonderful Option for Special Needs Families during the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond

People consider homeschooling their children for a myriad of reasons. 

Something that used to be considered “off the beaten path” has become more mainstream in recent years and is a viable option for many – especially those with diverse learning needs. 

With the question of whether schools will reopen in the fall (and if so, what will that look like?), many parents are considering homeschooling their children for the very first time.  Read more

Why Kids Need Water Play

What happens when you stick a little one in a bubble bath? 

Their eyes light up and they splash and splash until the floor is soaked and your sanity is gone. By the time you’ve dried up your floor, you’ve basically mopped for the third time this week. 

Why do they do this?

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