Planning for Children with Autism

Making a plan that will work at home and at school is the second most important step to start turning autism around for your clients or child, so I'm diving into the topic of planning today.

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How are Autism and the Titanic Similar?

Today, I am going to talk about how I think the Titanic and autism are similar.

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3 Things We All Want for Our Children (with and without autism)

Today, I'm going to discuss my views on the three things that I think we all want for our children with or without autism.

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Why is There So Much Bad Autism Advice on the Internet?

Today I'm going to be talking about advice on the internet and why it's pretty dangerous to take it in the autism world.

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How to get a child with autism to talk (even if you’ve been told he never will)

Over the years I've seen parents and professionals calling a child nonverbal, with a lot of emphasis on augmentative communication devices, and no emphasis on vocal language. And today, I'm going to talk about how I never give up on vocal language.

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Can a Child with Autism Learn to Cross the Street?

Today, I'm going to talk about whether it's possible to teach a child with autism to cross the street.

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How to Make Sure Your Child or Client with Autism is Happy

In the autism field, I don't think we talk about happiness near enough. So, today, I'm going to dive in and discuss how to ensure our children and clients with autism are happy.

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How to Be the Best Parent You Can Be to a Child with Autism

Are you worried you're not being the best parent you can be to your child with autism? Today I'm giving some advice on parenting kids with and without special needs that I learned from being in the autism world for two decades.

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How to tell if the autism school or program is right for your child or client

Today I'm going to give you some advice on how to tell if an autism school or program is right for your child or client.

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Held back or kicked out of daycare or preschool?

You might be worried because your child was recently held back or kicked out of preschool or daycare. Or maybe you're just concerned that it might happen, if things continue the way they are.

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