Here are some inspirational quotes from Dr. Suess’s “Oh, the Places You’ll Go.” Let’s embrace our “imperfections” and focus on our journey!
People with autism are unique individuals. Activities that work through their communication, interaction, and sensory challenges can be difficult to find. Fortunately, art is an activity where choices abound.
At the close of the previous year and the start of the new, many of us review our routines and take note of our life goals. With great optimism, we set resolutions designed to align our goals with our routines. Keeping a positive attitude going throughout the year can be difficult.
Ever notice how people are always talking? Conversation is everywhere. People talk in restaurants, stores, buses, even in the library. And it’s not all informative, sometimes, people seem to talk about nothing. Why do they do it? Here are 3 things about conversation you might not know.
Presenting 5 tips to help people with autism spectrum disorders navigate big parties for people with ASD, their friends and relatives. Celebrate and enjoy!
October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month! Therefore we have a great excuse to discuss the benefits of employing people that have autism. Here are 5 reasons to employ people with Autism Spectrum Disorders.