Understanding the neuropsychology of ASD symptoms: Seeing the world through your child’s eyes

  Caring for a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) could be stressful for parents and families. While children with ASD have unique strengths, coping with their challenges and maladaptive behaviors (e.g., aggression, repetitive activities) could elicit significant stress in parents and families. It is often helpful for parents to be equipped with valid information … Read more

How Service Dogs Can Help Kids with Autism and ADHD

Autism and ADHD is not always an easy condition to deal with. It not only affects the individual in question, rather it affects the entire family. There are good days and bad days, but the worst days can leave you, the parent or the caregiver, feeling frazzled and hopeless. There has been a lot of … Read more

Why Parenting your Child and Homeschooling your ADHD kid is Not the Same Thing

Homeschooling a child can be difficult and stressful at times, so can you imagine what it’s like to be homeschooling and parenting your ADHD kid? It’s definitely a whole different ball game!  The many benefits associated with homeschooling You will spend more one-on-one time with your child.  The curriculum will be individualized to meet your … Read more

Communicate Structure and Boundaries for Kids with Autism

Want to Work with us one-on-one to develop your child’s skills? It’s actually a topic I really like to talk about. I know that some of the families have received other information from me in terms of using visuals. However, what I’ve done is because of the situation that we’re all in, I’ve made some … Read more

How People with Autism Forge Friendships?

There is usually a common misconception around autistic individuals and their abilities to forge friendships. Many people believe that when a child is autistic then they seclude themselves to such an extent that they don’t need friends or they don’t want to have friends. The reality is very different from this because autistic children tend … Read more

Can a Healthy Lifestyle Reduce ADHD Incidence in Children?

Did you know that certain unhealthy habits could make a child ADHD symptoms worse? And the other way around is entirely accurate as well, as a healthy lifestyle could potentially reduce your child’s ADHD!  But what does a healthy lifestyle mean? To some people, this could be a tough question to answer, but to others, … Read more

Living with Autism during COVID-19

COVID19 has not only spread around very rapidly, but it has also meant that life, as we know it, has completely changed as well.  From closing much of the non-essential shops to working from home, or even homeschooling, it can be said that the pandemic that is now affecting the world has made us rethink … Read more

Coronavirus: Prepare kids with Autism for Natural and Health Emergencies

Watch this Workshop replay to understand the full Strategy Want to Work with us one-on-one to develop your child’s skills? The World is Changing… Well, I do this video with a heavy heart today !! these are difficult times that we are living. The hurricanes in the US the recent bush fires in Australia, the … Read more

Voice of Autism Survey – Australian Government Launches Large Scale Autism Inquiry

In a much awaited move for Autism Parents, on 27th Nov, the Australian Senate resolved to from a major parliamentary inquiry looking at the support, services and quality of life for families with Autism. Chaired by Autism mum of 10yo and Senator, Hollie Hughes, this is the first-of-its-kind nationwide inquiry to improve life outcomes of kids and adults with … Read more

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