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The Spectrum: Autism Friendly Theme Parks

The Spectrum: Autism Friendly Theme Parks

Every family deserves to be able to enjoy a vacation. However, this isn’t always easy to do when you have a child diagnosed with Autism. Yet there are still places where you and your family can relax and enjoy quality time together. Scattered across the U.S. are...
The Spectrum: Transition into Adulthood

The Spectrum: Transition into Adulthood

As a parent, you want the best for your child.  As a parent of a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), you may have concerns about how your child will make the transition into adulthood.  While many children with ASD can lead generally normal lives, it’s not...
The Spectrum:  Understanding Routines

The Spectrum: Understanding Routines

Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are likely to show signs of favoring rituals and routines.  Routines tend to be an extremely important part of a child’s ASD world, as having a routine can help them feel more consistent and in order.  While relying too...
The Spectrum: Homework Strategies

The Spectrum: Homework Strategies

Homework is a task that can sometimes be stressful for parents and their children to get through.  For children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), homework can often be more difficult than enjoyable.  If you have a child with ASD you are likely sitting down with...
The Spectrum:  Helping Your Child Develop Relationships

The Spectrum: Helping Your Child Develop Relationships

Making new friends and creating new relationships can prove to be difficult for any child.  Children often need to transition to learning how to get to know others in order to work on building new relationships.  For this reason, as parents, it’s likely that you’re...