Why is your non-verbal autistic loved one so upset? Here are 15 things that bother autistic people that most neurotypical people don’t notice.
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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.
“What is the motivation for this?” Before you have an emotional reaction to something your autistic loved one has said, not said, done, or not done, ask yourself this question, and save yourself serious heartbreak and trauma on both sides.
I promise I’m going somewhere with this! 😄 OK, so if you’ve ever attended public or private school or had an office job, you’ll be familiar with this scenario: You’ve got a bunch of papers...
Does your autistic loved one say hurtful things? Do they seem surprised when you confront them about it. They ARE! Here’s how to communicate more effectively with your autistic loved one.