Here are some ways to support your family’s emotional health by staying active, working on independence and advocating for (new) school supports.
Here are some things you can do to give your child with autism the most successful distance learning environment possible.
As with all new things, it will take your child some time to adjust to wearing a mask. But with practice and patience, most children can get used to it.
It is common for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) to have a higher chance of also being diagnosed with anxiety.
The Children’s National Autism Behavioral Consult team shares some tips for preparing your child with autism for a medical visit.