How to Support ASD Families on World Autism Awareness Day https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/supporting-families-autism-awareness-day/
Autism Advocacy

How to Support ASD Families on World Autism Awareness Day

World Autism Awareness Day is an internationally recognized annual event celebrated on April 2, encouraging Member States of the United Nations to take measures to raise awareness about individuals with autism throughout the world. It was designated by the United Nations General Assembly resolution passed in council on November 1, 2007, and adopted on December 18, 2007. Let’s learn more about

A Look into the Inspiring World of Women on the Spectrum https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/women-on-the-spectrum/
Autism Advocacy

A Look into the Inspiring World of Women on the Autism Spectrum

We all know that the month of March celebrates the rights of women. It is a month that brings awareness to the need for equality and honoring women’s achievements throughout the world. Understanding and appreciating women on the spectrum is crucial for all of us. Their contributions in supporting others on the spectrum and enriching

Autism Transitions and How to Manage Them https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/managing-autism-transitions/
Autism Solutions

Autism Transitions and How to Manage Them

Life is filled with transitions — be it changing schools, moving to a new home, shifting careers, or experiencing the loss of a parent. These shifts are inherent in our journey, shaping our experiences and guiding us through various stages of life. However, for people with autism, transitions can be a lot harder to manage. 

What Do You Mean I’m Not Communicating?
Nonverbal Autism and Communication Skills

What Do You Mean I’m Not Communicating?

A reminder that there is so much more to communication than speech—your child may be speaking to you in his/her own unique way. For over 35 years, I’ve engaged with children on the autism spectrum, children who were labeled nonverbal. As a speech and language therapist, I am here to tell you, they all communicated

Safe Schools for Those with Severe Autism Post-Pandemic
Education and Classroom

Safe Schools for Those with Severe Autism Post-Pandemic

As students prepare to go back to school following the summer, the question is: how can we ensure they feel safe post-pandemic? Some are saying: “What could schools look like for those with severe autism, post-pandemic?” Those students who are unable to wear a mask, stay a reasonable distance from another, follow directions without physical