They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Some of those words are people’s perceptions, opinions, and inspirations from what they see in the
“Do as I say, not what I Do”: A False Model for children with Autism!
Deis Care discusses why safety plans are a necessity for anyone diagnosed with autism, as well as how to include biblical responses within the plan.
In this installment of the Encouragement Corner, Dayona Ellis lets us know that it is possible to DISmiss the lies that we believe about children with autism.
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Navigating school decisions for a child who has autism during the Covid-19 pandemic can be hard. Perhaps a social story for your child will help.
Who? What? Where? When? Why?… These questions raise nightmares for children with Autism. Their brains struggle to process how to respond to each of them