Autism, a word that may have echoed through your thoughts since diagnosis, often comes with many questions, concerns, and yes, a fair bit of googling. In our post, grasp the nuances of autism and embark on a path of support and understanding as we delve into the critical journey that begins with an autism diagnosis. Whether you’re a parent newly navigating this journey or a professional seeking deeper insights, join us in uncovering the strategies and approaches that can make a significant difference.
In a world that often misunderstands difference, here we provide a guiding light for autistic individuals and those who support them. This isn’t just about understanding autism – it’s a celebration of it. Dive into this blog post to explore the rich landscape of autism training, discovering how it amplifies the unique strengths and abilities of autistic individuals, unlocking untapped potential and positively transforming lives. Autism training here isn’t just another tool for professionals or parents, it’s an empowering platform that lets autistic individuals radiate their unique brilliance. So, if you’re a parent, a healthcare professional, or an educator, welcome – you’re exactly where you need to be.
Autistic individuals often have intense and passionate interests, whether it’s a fascination with trains, a love of animals, or a deep connection to music. An interest can be more than a hobby – it can motivate learning and growth. By using an autistic individual’s interests in therapy, you can create a more engaging, enjoyable, and meaningful experience that can help them make progress in a natural and authentic way.
Communication is a fundamental human need that everyone deserves access to, regardless of their abilities. However, for non-speaking autistic children, it can be challenging to communicate in the traditional sense. There are several common misconceptions about non-speaking autistic people that are important to address before exploring communication options.
The festive season can be a really stressful period for autistic children and/or people who experience sensory processing difficulties. There are social/family gatherings, shopping in malls, bright and/or flashing lights, loud crowded spaces and changes in routine. In this article we will explain ways to make this time period a little bit easier for your children.
Sensory activities for autistic children can be some of the most helpful in helping with emotional regulation, cognitive development and behavior. Sensory play is a great way for autistic children to relax, de-stress, explore and have fun. In this article, we will show you easy and fun sensory activities that you can create at home without any special equipment