Help your child learn to assess how severe his problem is with this free printable “How Big is My Problem?” worksheet. Includes a blank and a pdf form version to customize it for each child.
It is hard for any parent to watch a child become influenced by his peers opinions, especially those with children on the Autism spectrum.
So you want to know what it’s like parenting a child with Autism – humorous autism parenting memes.
Public school might not be the best option for every student in the United States, but it is the right one for our son. Parenting and education.
My son is confused between what we tell him to do at home, and what his teacher tells him at school. To a normal six year year old the directions seem to be conflicting, but for a child with Autism it has to be just mind boggling. Background: One of the most common challenges for […]
Being a parent can be downright unpleasant at times. From pregnancy and child birth, to diaper changes and sleepless nights, to cleaning up vomit and other gross messes. But for me, the most unpleasant is having to punish my son. I guess I should say “give him negative consequences for his behavior”. We don’t […]
I feel a little sorry for parents with “normal” kids. They don’t get to go through all of the surveys and tests and meetings to learn all about their child’s strengths and weaknesses in the academic environment. At best they get a few minutes during conferences to speak one on one with the teacher. Meanwhile, […]
Rough day today. Let’s just say Autism and Menopause and Sleep Deprivation can be an ugly combination. Hot German Potato Salad over on That Recipe tomorrow and then back here with a roundup of J’s triennial IEP on Tuesday. For now, I am off to bed. Hope your weekend was a pleasant one.
My son’s Triennial Individual Education Plan meeting is coming up at the end of the month. For those of you not in the know, every child in Special Education in public schools goes through a battery of tests by different specialists to start receiving services and then again every three years to evaluate the progress. […]
Yesterday morning, J asked me for orange juice for his cold. Boop! Boop! Warning bells sounding in my head. I asked if he felt sick and he said no. I checked his forehead and asked him again and he said he was fine. Despite all of the progress we have made the last few years, […]