Raising teens with autism takes patience and an ability to expect the unexpected. It’s a hard road, but a road with honor.
April is Autism Awareness month. This month and every month is a great time to learn more about Autism.
God places value in every life, and He calls His church to affirm that value.
The middle grades can be an especially difficult time for any child. But for tweens with autism this time can produce even greater challenges. Learning how to deal with the school environment is key in helping these kids find their place in society and experience success.
Autism in females can be diagnosed and supported in young girls and teens. Girls with autism need to be highlighted and understood.
Here are some suggestions on how to guide your child with autism through the early elementary school years.
As awareness and acceptance expands, parents are asking, how can I know if my toddler has autism?
Autism and your church can co-exist. Your church can become a place where families with autistic kids feel included and loved.
Caregiving for a child with autism may seem overwhelming. But there is hope and help for parents with a child with autism.
Over the past few decades, the number of children diagnosed with autism has increased significantly. This may be due to better diagnosis or to the expansion of the definition of autism. Dr. Meg Meeker discusses what parents can do if their child is diagnosed with autism.