Studies show that a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is likely to experience more sleep issues than a child who is not on the spectrum. A child with autism may find it harder to get to sleep, to stay asleep, and sleep earlier in the day. Frequently, the bedtime routine can be challenging for

in Sleep Solutions by Caroline Preston

An autism therapy dogs main function is to help people emotionally, though physical benefits can result in boosting morale for physical therapy and encouraging self-care tasks. (It is important to understand a therapy dog is not an assistance dog or service dog. These dogs assist a person to function with a physical disability and also

in Autism Therapies and Treatments by Caroline Preston