Here are some resources and strategies families can use to help keep their children with autism safe during the summer.
Pain is an experience that touches every aspect of life. A psychologist can help decrease the interruption chronic pain can have on life.
As you head into the summer break, here are several strategies to help your child with autism keep a predictable routine.
If your child has chronic pain, physical therapy can help get your child moving again which can help improve sleep and mood.
While we don’t know why LGBTQ+ identities may be more common among people with autism, we do know that support and acceptance are important.