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Transitioning Children with Special Needs Between Activities

Written on April 19, 2017 at 10:30 am, by

A very exhausted Erica S. of Louisville, TN writes, “I have a four year old son diagnosed with autism. He has a very difficult time stopping what he’s doing when it’s time to eat lunch, clean up, or go for a walk outside. Once I talk him down and he gets started doing the next… CONTINUE READING

Exploring the Spectrum 2015 – eSpecial Needs and United Services for Children

Written on March 23, 2015 at 9:55 am, by

eSpecial Needs is proud to announce we’ll be at United Services for Children’s third annual “Exploring the Spectrum” autism information fair. This free event is a great way for families of children with autism, caregivers, and professionals in autism fields to get the resources they need, and we’re thrilled to be a part of it… CONTINUE READING

Improving Handwriting for Children with Autism

Written on September 5, 2014 at 10:39 am, by

Handwriting struggles can be some of the most challenging obstacles children and young adults with autism face as they’re growing up. Without the skills to write clearly and effectively, many kids pull away from their studies and experience issues with low self-esteem. Parents can also feel frustration as they try to teach what they feel… CONTINUE READING