Incontinence in autism comes with its own unique set of daily challenges. Comforting and supporting your child, preparing for accidents, and avoiding sensory triggers may leave you exhausted at the end of the day. On top of that, you may soon have travel coming up. However, traveling with incontinence is not impossible, but is actually

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in Autism Parenting Advice by Cheryl Williams

David Petrovic, my son, is a 24-year-old middle school teacher with autism and Tourette syndrome who graduated cum laude and loved his college experience. He and I joined forces and found what worked for him. Seeking to help others in their same quest, David and I have co-authored our life journey and have evolved to

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in Transitioning to Adulthood by Sandy Petrovic

Starting school or daycare is a big step for children; there are new routines to learn, new people, to get to know and a new building to navigate. for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) who attend mainstream settings, these challenges are magnified. One of the aspects of school life that can cause a lot

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in Autism Diet and Nutrition by Jo Cormack

Question:  “We have three children, and only one of our children has autism. How do we know the amount of money we need to provide for each of our children?” It is very common to feel uneasy about determining the amount of money that your child with autism may need for a lifetime of support

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in Financial Planning by Ryan Platt, MBA, ChFC, ChSNC

Question:  It is the beginning of a new year, I want to start saving for my child’s future, and I heard quite a bit about the ABLE Accounts.  Is an ABLE a good account to begin saving in for my child’s future? — Abigail Saving for your child’s future is a great step in helping

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in Financial Planning by Ryan Platt, MBA, ChFC, ChSNC