Life can be very demanding. Demanding of your time, your energy, your efforts and sometimes even your sanity. Add caring […]
Autism: The New and Improved GPS!
The journey with autism often resembles a Rand McNally road map. Sometimes the route is clearly marked, with easy access […]
Perseverance, Individuality and Possibilities: The New Definition of Autism
By definition, autism is a developmental disorder of variable severity that is characterized by difficulties in social interaction and communication, […]
For The Love of Autism: Siblings to the Rescue
If you grew up with a brother or sister you know the impact siblings have in our lives. Whether one […]
Getting Ahead Of The Game: Autism, Behaviors and Winning
At a very early age, games enter and become a part of our life. Childhood games, board games, and card […]
The Not So Amazing Race With Autism-On Your Mark, Get Set, Go!
Life with autism often resembles a race. Early interventions feel like a race against time. Every success is dictated by […]
The Stories Autism Loves To Tell: When Mom Lost It!
The journey with autism isn’t about striving for perfection, though we often feel like it has to be in order […]
Autism: When Behavior Speaks, It’s A Language All Its Own
Autism and behaviors— the two words often go hand and hand. It can be challenging, no matter how many times […]
Collaborating IEP’s, Autism and Positive Outcomes
What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the words Individualized Education Plan (IEP for short)? […]
In The World Of Autism, Is Opting In Or Out Really An Option?
Before this weeks post I would like to thank Feedspot Today for their support of Rain Mom in their Top […]