How to Teach Children to Wait and Accept No
Does your client or child have a difficult time accepting no and waiting? We’re getting a lot of questions regarding these two issues. So today I have answered a question from our online community about how to teach a child to accept no when they can’t have something and to wait for s...
Autism and Biting: How to Resolve Biting in Children with Autism
Autism and Biting: How to Resolve Biting in Children with Autism I frequently get asked about autism and biting. Is biting a sign of autism? Is it a part of autism? What can I do to help my child or clients stop biting? Each month within my private online communities, I provide a monthly Q and A...
Teaching Object Imitation to Children with Autism
All children learn language, social skills, and play skills through imitation. Kids with autism and toddlers with signs of autism or other delays tend to be very delayed with imitation. So today we are talking all about how to teach imitation using objects. I recently did a Q&A with my onlin...
Positive Growth Mindset Tips for Parents
Positive Growth Mindset Tips for Parents If you have a child with autism, some days are harder than others. And sometimes we let the hard days and the stress take over. We may have a difficult time thinking of the positives or having a growth mindset. I recently spoke with parent coach Len Arcu...
What is Stimming?
What is Stimming? One of the most common questions I get is about stimming and whether it's a part of autism spectrum disorders. Some people question what is stimming? So today I am answering a few questions about stimming. There's a lot of misconceptions about stimming. I just want to make it ...
Autism Transition Strategies: 5 Steps to Smoother Transitions
You might be wondering why children with autism have such a hard time transitioning from one activity to another. So I’m here to tell you that we all have trouble with transitions. I’ll be providing you with some autism transition strategies to help your child or clients with autism.