Do You Underestimate Your Child’s Potential?

Parenting children is a noble calling.  So is parenting children on the autism spectrum. “No pessimist ever discovered the secret of the stars, or sailed to an uncharted land, or opened a new doorway for the human spirit.” Helen Keller The following article was a guest post from Chantal Sicile-Kira. She originally wrote this article […]

Temple Grandin’s Teaching Tips for Children on the Autism Spectrum

Teachers, counselors, speech therapists, occupational therapists, and parents and relatives all need teaching tips for children on the autism spectrum.  I was delighted to come across an article at the Autism Research Institute written by no other than Temple Grandin!  Since she is a college professor and also is gifted with autism, I thought that […]

What Everybody Ought To Know About Children With Aspergers

In order to be in the best position to help children with Asperger’s, parents/teachers/therapists must be able to understand some key issues that these children deal with. This article is a reprint of a post I wrote for Ezine Articles. You can find more of my articles here. Theory of Mind This phrase means the […]

How To Help Your Child Through the Social Jungle at School

How can parents help their children with Aspergers and autism spectrum navigate the social jungle at school? I’m grateful to Connie Hammer, a licensed clinical social worker and parenting coach, for her permission to share one of her articles on this very subject. One of the biggest hurdles to overcome at the beginning of any […]