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Tuesday 21 Nov 2017

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Potty Training Your Child With Autism

What would you say if I told you potty training can be accomplished in less than 3 days? Would you call me crazy? Well I’m here to tell you that it is completely possible, but it’s not going to happen […]

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Potty Talk

Article by Stephanie Ekis, MS, CCC-SLP Whether you are just starting the potty training process or if your child has already mastered these skills, it is important that you

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Understanding and Improving Sleep in Individuals with Autism

Parents of individuals with autism commonly report sleep problems in their kids. There have been a few studies on the prevalence of sleep disorders, with one finding a

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The Bedtime Routine

Article by Stephanie Ekis, MS, CCC-SLP What does your child’s bedtime routine look like? Do you read books? Do you follow a certain schedule to get ready for


Getting your Child to Eat

Parents of individuals with Autism commonly report eating difficulties including selective eating and difficulty with the mealtime routine. Issues with eating can be very difficult to address because


Health and Wellness in the Autism Community

March is National Nutrition Month, so we are going to be focusing on health and wellness which can be a big concern in the autism community. Feeding, sleeping,

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Guardianship and Estate Planning

The other day I was at an ASA meeting and the topic of the night was guardianship and estate planning. There were two lawyers presenting about the issues

February is Relationship Wellness Month

It's February 2012, and this month we're featuring articles based on Relationship Wellness. If you're a parent of a child with a disability you know that sometimes relationships

Getting Your Documents in Order

Parents of individuals with special needs, on top of everything else they have to deal with, are likely to have stacks and stacks of paperwork that, if not

Getting Organized: Individualized Education Plans

When I was a special education teacher, it was sometimes difficult keeping track of all the IEP goals for all the students on my caseload (40+ students!!) so