What You May Not Already Know about ABA Therapy
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)

What You May Not Already Know about ABA Therapy

JC Ellinger speaks with an autism mom and a behavior therapy provider to offer readers an inside perspective into ABA therapy. “At three and a half my son was barely talking. His speech and social-emotional delays qualified him for developmental preschool with our local school district. E was hypersensitive to noises.  He stimmed a lot

Five Tried and Tested Travel Tips for Your Autism Family
Autism Parenting Advice

Five Tried and Tested Travel Tips for Your Autism Family

Does the idea of holiday travel as an autism parent fill you with dread? Check out these top tips tried and tested by a busy mom. In the autism world of parenting, the worries that accompany holiday travel can be overwhelming; I mean, just traveling in general is stressful, but when you tackle on the

Autism Diet and Nutrition

Food Sensory and Eating Habits – How I Got My Son Out of the “Beige Diet.”

It’s that dreaded time again. You open the refrigerator door and scan the wholesome ingredients that seem to mock you with their bright, healthy colors in illuminating shades of greens and yellows. “Easy meals” on Pinterest and books on “picky eaters” clearly do not know the true definition of your child’s eating habits. Another monochromatic