Meltdowns are a common occurrence in autistic people. Here’s what to do (and what not to do) when your autistic loved one is melting down.
Category: Better Communication
Does your autistic child destroy the house? Here’s why, and what you can do to prevent it without causing emotional harm.
“My autistic child makes me miserable” is a very popular search on Google. Let me help you understand why (and what to do to make things better).
How to Use Multisensory Support to Help Your Autistic Child Learn New Information and Become More Independent
If you wonder if your autistic child can ever be independent, you’re not alone. Here’s how to teach to help your autistic loved one learn best.
Are you embarrassed of your autistic child’s behavior in public? You’re not alone. Here’s how to deal with those feelings without harming your child.
You may think you’re being nice, but you’re actually hurting your autistic loved one. Here’s why.
Recess, Snacks, and Bathroom Breaks Are Not “Privileges” to Take Away From Autistic Kids Until They Perform to Your Liking
Denying an autistic child recess, snacks, and bathroom breaks is not teaching, it’s torture.
Have an autistic loved one? Download, read, and share this free comprehensive guide about unintentional gaslighting and complex PTSD.
When a Cactus Meets a Rose – Why Autistic/Neurotypical Friendships Often Fail (And How to Prevent It)
Inter-neurotype friendships between autistic and neurotypical people can be a challenge, especially if you’re a rose and they’re a cactus.
“I didn’t do it!!” Even if you saw him do it, your autistic child didn’t do it. Here’s what I mean.