Autism Strategies and Helpful Tips

Love of Disney movies leads to ASD breakthrough

March 17, 2014

This is a heartwarming article about how one family used a child’s passion for Disney movies to build a bridge into his world. He learned to communicate by repeating the lines of his favorite Disney characters – often sharing with... View Article

A good teacher for ASD children

March 14, 2014

I have visited several schools recently observing children with Autism Spectrum Disorders who are being integrated into mainstream. I’ve noticed some teacher characteristics that really contribute to a more successful experience. A good teacher for ASD children invariably has the... View Article

I notice things that you don’t

March 14, 2014

A mother was recently sharing that her five year old son with autism loves to climb up onto the hood of cars and stick his face up to the windscreen. It is so tempting to him that they no longer... View Article

Making Wookiee mistakes

March 14, 2014

If your child is a perfectionist then start making some Wookiee mistakes. My almost three-year old son can’t pronounce his r’s. Recently I was making him an omelet. I made a mistake and flipped the omelet half way out of... View Article