Tag: Autism Awareness



(PSA) Why Swimming Lessons are Critical for Kids on the #Autism Spectrum

Why Swimming Lessons are Critical for Kids on the Autism Spectrum By: Michael Morris, Goldfish Swim School Everybody in the pool! Yes, that really means everybody. It is widely recognized that all kids need swim lessons. In fact, the American Red Cross says that the number one thing that parents can do to keep kids …

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Proactive Parenting Tips

This is a collaborative post and therefore does not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of this blog or its author. Become a parent is just amazing. Right from the moment, they’re born, you’ll never have felt a love stronger. Raising a child, however, is a different ball game. You’ll have so many learning curves …

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Why Creativity is Great For Kids

Being creative is not only a fun pastime, but it can also have lots of other benefits for kids too. It can simply be a bit of fun, something to do in the evening after school, or something to pass the time on a rainy Sunday afternoon.


Why Animals Are Great For Children With #Autism

This is a collaborative post and as such, does not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of this blog or its author. Image An animal is a living creature who you can form some amazing emotional bonds with. For anyone, they can be a vital part of the family and become a huge part of our …

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Are You Doing Enough To Care For Your Family’s Future?

This is a collaborative post and therefore does not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of this blog or its author. https://www.pexels.com/photo/man-beach-holiday-woman-39691/ Having a family is wonderful. You feel loved and supported, and it’s an incredible feeling to be able to care for your family and keep them happy. But as much as you may …

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Receiving An Autism Diagnosis: The Do’s And Don’ts

When your child is diagnosed with autism, your life is going to be changed forever. The diagnosis itself can be intimidating, and you will likely feel scared, upset, and maybe even angry. You’ll be unsure of what to do or who to turn to, and this will only make your distress worse. However, as time …

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