On The BI Blog
Do's and Don’ts After an Autism Diagnosis
An autism diagnosis can be an overwhelming experience for many parents. It can be nerve-racking not knowing what lies ahead and what the autism diagnosis will lead to, even if you've already suspected your child of having autism and you've been coping with things for some time. The experience of getting an autism diagnosis puts a label on what has been going on for your child.
Self-Care & Stress Management Tips for Parents of Children with Autism and Special Needs
Caring for another person, no matter who that person is, requires mental, emotional, and physical energy from the caregiver. If you are caring for an elderly parent, a client or customer at work, a child with autism or even a child without disabilities, or even simply when you’re doing things for your spouse or a friend, it all requires you to give your time and energy for the other person.
20 Famous People with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Autism can be challenging but there are many people on the spectrum who have achieved great heights.
Tips for Supporting Students with Autism Transitioning from Virtual to In-Person Learning
Strategies and helpful tips to help your child transition back to into the in-person classroom.
Summer Activities for Children with Autism
Summer’s here and I would like to offer parents some ideas on keeping kids, especially those on the spectrum, occupied outdoors. These can be individual or group settings. If needed, we can also include some indoor activities for the 100 degree days!
How Parents Can Help Their Child With Autism to Thrive
You can help your child be the best version of themselves and live a great life by supporting their unique identity, personal strengths, and implementing effective strategies to improve their skills and development.
Autism Screening for Children: Top Testing and Assessment Options
Wondering whether a child has autism might bring up a wave of different thoughts and emotions for parents. Fortunately, the process of learning more about a child and finding out whether he or she qualifies for a diagnosis of autism can be easier if parents understand the available autism testing and screening options.
Top Things Parents Should NOT Do With a Child With Autism
In this article, we will explore some of the things that parents and other caregivers, such as teachers or childcare providers, should not do when it comes to caring for and teaching a child with autism spectrum disorder.
Concerned About Your Child's Behavior? Proven strategies that work
We will be exploring different ways that parents can realistically use consequences to reduce maladaptive (challenging or disruptive) behaviors or increase adaptive (more acceptable) behaviors in their children.
Top Parent Concerns For Children With Autism & What You Can Do
Whether you suspect that your child has autism, or you have just received a diagnosis, you are not alone. You probably have some concerns about your child’s well-being, their behaviors, and their development.
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