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How to raise an adult with special needs

Written on March 20, 2019 at 12:18 pm, by

There is a lot of information about school-aged individuals with special needs. From IEPs to fun toys and adaptive equipment, there’s plenty of readily available support. However, things can be tougher once your kiddo is not so little anymore. Encourage independence when they’re young Yes, we talk about how crucial independence is all the time…. CONTINUE READING

A morning routine for a kiddo with Autism

Written on March 5, 2019 at 3:51 pm, by

Just about everyone hates getting up in the morning. Would you rather be snuggled up in your bed sleeping through the birds chirping, or raring to go with the responsibilities of the day? It’s pretty obvious which one sounds a bit more relaxing, but everyone has to get up at some point. Getting everyone out… CONTINUE READING

Executive functioning disorder, explained

Written on February 22, 2019 at 4:21 pm, by

What is executive functioning? Executive functioning is the neurological and physical process by which individuals create and complete small goals to accomplish an overall task. Executive functioning is the way our brains tell our bodies to complete a task, from start to finish. If you really want the breakdown, check out this handy dandy list… CONTINUE READING