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Autism Awareness Day: ASD and Play
by Jen Vander Vecht April 1, 2016

April 2nd is World Autism Day. Because so many people are personally affected by ASD, we are sharing some helpful information and fun autism-friendly games to encourage play.... READ MORE

Ways to Support a Sibling in a Special Needs Family
by Amy Williams March 31, 2016

Raising a child with special needs naturally requires us to spend extra one-on-one time with the child to ensure their needs are being met. That means there will be times when our other children feel resentment.... READ MORE

Tips for Talking to Kids About People With Disabilities
by Brenda Agnew January 8, 2016

When your child encounters somebody who has a disability, or seems ‘different’, it can be difficult to know the best way to start a discussion. ... READ MORE

ADHD at Work: Tips for Job Success with Adult ADHD
by Dr. Tim Bilkey October 31, 2013

Dr. Tim Bilkey, psychiatrist, adult ADHD specialist, and well-known author, says that an important first step towards effectively managing ADHD is to visit a doctor and get a proper diagnosis. There are also a number of tips that women can use to manage the condition in the workplace and he has shared them with us. ... READ MORE

Readings for Parents of Kids With Aspergers
by Christine Nightengale September 26, 2013

As a Special Needs teacher Christine Nightengale helped kids with aspergers and autism and she knows that the parents who were the most informed tended to have children with the best outcomes. She has five books to suggest to offer insights into your child’s thinking.

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