School’s out for summer in just 10 weeks! Bet your kids are already counting down the days until they get 2 months of fun. I feel the pressure, as a parent, do you? It’s tough to figure out how to
We’re not really into cliché New Year’s resolutions. Been there, done that, fallen off the wagon countless times. We do, however, dig resolutions that help kids to learn and grow at home. They’re absolutely worthwhile. For example, let’s say you
Want to give your kiddo something they’ll fondly remember forever? This holiday, go light on toys – opt for ones that’ll improve their skills and mood – and heavier on adventures. The novelty of stuffed animals and games is short-lived whereas
Playing dress up, tea party, soccer and Hide-and-Seek is as easy as breathing for neurotypical kids. They innately know what to do and nothing makes them happier than games with their friends. That’s not the case for children with autism.