Meet Steph Reed, with many years of experience in teaching she knows a lot about the world of Autism. She taught many incredible children and young people with very different abilities and complex needs. Her website provides tailored outreach, consultancy, training, and coaching services, whilst continuing to expand informative articles and resources.
Visit this blog of positivity! Written and created by Becky a wife and mom of three kids. She started her journey with positive thinking 6 years ago by taking a 24 hour no complaints challenge with some of her friends. Taking the challenge forced her to focus on her thoughts which literally changed her life! She realized that we are in charge of what we think and what we think about affects how we feel.
When you become a parent, you don’t sit around wondering if your child will have special needs. As your belly grows, you wonder if your baby will look like mommy or daddy, what their disposition will be like, and other things that stay along the line of all positive.
Colin Newton and Derek Wilson are Co-founders and Directors of Inclusive Solutions. Together they have a combined experience of over 65 years of experience as educational psychologists working across the UK.
Together they have written several books such as Creating Circles of Friends, Circles of Adults, Restorative Solutions, Keys to Inclusion and Person Centred Planning Together. Inclusive Solutions is also a small publishing house and has published a number of books for other leading internationally renowned inclusive authors including Incurably Human, Taking the Time, Seeing the Charade, Quiet Riot and Dear Parents.
LabRoots is the leading scientific social networking website, offering top scientific trending news and premier educational virtual events and webinars. Contributing to the advancement of science through content sharing capabilities, LabRoots is a powerful advocate in amplifying global networks and communities.
Full Spectrum Farms is focused on helping individuals with ASD become functioning members of the community. In order to accomplish this goal they provide several opportunities for individuals with ASD to learn and grow in a safe and familiar setting.
Meet Jade, a 37-years old mom of two boys. Based in the West Country between Bristol and Bath, she shares valuable information & resources regarding the world of autism especially that her eldest was diagnosed too.
At Independent With Autism, they use ABA, Social Thinking, TEACCH, and Cognitive Behavior Therapy. They utilize a variety of methods to help those with Autism live productive lives, per the needs of the individual, the business, school, and/or team working with them.
Read this well written and researched study by Jenne regarding the different ways to use essential oils every day. Add her blog regarding mild signs of depression on your daily routine also here.
This article from askthedentist.com shows both when and how to brush your kid’s teeth (correctly, that is). But even more importantly, it’ll talk about the way to instill brushing in your child’s mind as a fun, lifelong habit.
Attend their Autism Conference A Multi-Dimensional Approach 2019. During the conference, you will have the opportunity to listen to renowned speakers from academia, healthcare, the criminal justice system and those with a lived experience of autism.
You probably have heard of these things called essential oils from friends and family on social media. They are these dark bottles of oils that are compounds extracted from plants. It’s often used by alternative medicine and naturopaths. These oils are said to have physical and psychological benefits.
Why the name ‘Big Apple Oranges’? Well, Big Apple refers to New York City and this guide is for families with special needs children in the 5 boroughs (although the laws and regulations are state-wide). The orange, like the apple, is a delicious, nutritious, healthy fruit – only different than the ‘big’ apple. So are our children – sentient, loving, unique individuals – only different.
(Big Apple Oranges is NOT an agency, company, or business entity. It IS a resource for families of children with special needs. This resource directs YOU to find out the information to help your child.)
We are a family owned business based near Tonbridge in Kent. A small team led by husband and wife Bruce and Nicky Williams take their inspiration from Nicky, a dyslexic herself, who has taught and tutored dyslexia and dyscalculia for 15+ years. Bruce looks after the business side of things, Nicky the resources; selecting and searching out Cambridge House’s range.
The company itself has been in business for more than 20 years under the stewardships of two previous owners. Bruce and Nicky took over the running of it in early 2015. Their ambition is to grow the business but with a clear vision that our 5,000+ customers in the UK and in many other countries around the world want a supplier who can provide a wide range of special needs resources that they can be confident have been selected for a good reason; they work.
These residential homes licensed by the California Department of Health Services can provide intermediate care habilitation services to teens and young adults who have been diagnosed with autism and or related developmental disabilities.
On Ahway Island, your child experiences an inclusive world. Their mission is to help all kids accept, appreciate, and love all their beautiful differences, in both themselves and others.
Meet a Music Therapist who provides parents, educators and therapists with educational and helpful tools on supporting children with special needs.
A community of parents interested in autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD) and Asperger syndrome.
Raising awareness of the importance of the arts as viable tools for learning, growth and expression; especially for autistic artists and their valuable contributions to the world.
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We will work with you to help you determine what’s important to you in your life. Together, we’ll create a roadmap to take you where you want to be. You can count on us to be your guide; to work with you in concert with your other advisors to meet your objectives.
The Senses Cultural Academy of Health provides culturally appropriate information and guidance to Middle Eastern parents, caregivers and professionals working with children who have special developmental needs.
Find magicians, clowns, princesses, face painters, party places and more! Actually, you can choose from over 120 different cool party entertainer categories in your state!
According to reviews, the brands of essential oils listed below are the leading creators in the business.
Autism in Museums is a new initiative to raise awareness of accessibility for all in museums. Which lists early openings, relaxed events, and programmes for visitors with addition need including autism.
Founded in 2010, Future Fitouts has continually delivered quality offices, shops, industrial warehouses and commercial spaces for a range of clients across a variety of industries.
They design, make and install outstanding playground products for outdoor learning, play, and sports in schools and nurseries. From one-off areas to a full-scale playground redevelopment, they can create outdoor spaces to suit your school’s needs and budget.
If you’re searching for ideas and inspiration to improve your outdoor provision, they’re here to help.
How to Potty Train’s was developed by busy working Mum and Potty Training Expert Jude Hough. Having worked with health professionals and thousands of parents and children over the last twelve years she has a trusted system to help you get Potty Trained successfully and all you need to know when things go wrong. Find her on Facebook too where she coaches and supports parents in her free How To Potty Train group.
She overcomes domestic and spousal abuse, poverty, hunger, lack of education, and being a divorced mother with a small child to becoming a valued, wealthy, highly-educated, owner and president of a nationwide travel nurse company that is one of the largest in the US. She has grown her company from running it herself to where it is today.
Our site was founded in March 2018 with the mission to have a blog with the longest home remedy articles on the Internet. Along with writing home remedy articles, they also write articles on a variety of other subjects, including health benefits of various foods and common home remedy supplies; “How To” articles; a series of Do-it-yourself articles on how to make your own cosmetics, skincare products, and more; diet and exercise articles; home remedies for pets, and even just some general information articles.
All In is a platform for caregivers of persons with special needs. This is their Autism Go-To Guide, a compilation of topics to help you with the process of caring for a child with autism.
They work in the psychological and educational fields of counseling, therapy, treatment and support specializing in autism, ADHD and particularly sensitive people and accompanying disorders such as depression, anxiety, stress, eating disorders, sleep problems and self-harm. In addition, they work with a wide range of issues and issues, such as loneliness, low self-esteem, school refusal and screen dependence related to autism and ADHD.
Leann Forst is a holistic health practitioner and certified essential oils coach, providing education on natural solutions for optimal health.
Read on to see this list of 7 signs of autism you should never ignore… Disengagement. My son was a wonderful baby. If you had told me at 6 months of age that he would be diagnosed as severely autistic 12 months later I would have told you that you were crazy.
Going to the dentist for the first time can be overwhelming for any child. There are many sensory elements at the dentist’s office. These include loud noises, bright lights, new tastes, and smells. While nerves usually go away the more a child visits the dentist, these sensory issues can be much harder for children with autism in the United Kingdom.