“Three Things You Need to Know” is an anxiety guide for all ages. The guide will introduce families to the concepts of “caveman brains,” your triangles (both anxious and calm), and help you reframe what you’ve learned in “fools, pools, and tools.” Download your copy of the guide to learn more.
Many medical conditions are more common in children with autism. As such, children on the autism spectrum require more visits and more tests, which can prove quite challenging for families and medical providers alike. Below are some tips and strategies to help save everyone’s sanity. Educate and request: Make sure you tell schedulers / providers […]
Dr. Barlow helps parents prepare for an uncertain school year. She explains how creating structure, making tentative plans, and clarifying expectations can help us adjust to the current circumstances. She shares suggestions for how to improve your mindset and mood in order to get through these stressful times. Additionally, she provides strategies for problem-solving, managing […]
Leslie Speer explains how visual supports can be used with individuals on the autism spectrum to reward work completion, teach the steps in a skill, communicate about feelings, and understand relationships.
In these Bite-Size Parent Coaching segments, I take larger parent coaching concepts and boil them down into bite-size overviews so parents can start to use the skills at home. Parents of children with autism and other behavioral and developmental difficulties may find this series of skill overviews helpful – but the skills may be useful […]
If you find yourself arguing, begging, coercing, or negotiating with your child to get their work done, check out the suggestions below for getting into “work mode.” Click HERE to view the slideshow.
Hopefully this can be a useful and supportive resource for educators trying to get through the present and plan for the future. Click HERE to view the slideshow.
Dr. Adams shares tips for parenting during the school closure. He includes lots of suggestions for helping siblings get along…just in case 😉 Click HERE to view the slideshow.