Tag Archives: Autism Parenting




#Autism 101: Understanding Meltdows

Do you know the difference between an Autism related Meltdown and a tantrum? If you said no, you’re probably not alone. Meltdowns are easily one of the most misunderstood facets of Autism and I’m going to help you better understand. When you’re done, please help me share it so I… Read more »






(POLL) Do you struggle to juggle everyday life and being an Autism Parent?

As an Autism Parenting veteran, I still struggle with trying to juggle everyday life and all that Autism demands. I’m wondering how many of you out there find themselves struggling to juggle the many everyday things life brings your way and being an Autism Parent? BufferShare+1Tweet3Pin2ShareStumble1Reddit2Share8 Shares






(POLL) Does being an Autism Parent impact your relationships with family and friends?

All too often,  Autism parenting can have a negative impact on relationships with family and friends. I can’t tell you how many parents I’ve talked to from across the globe and this is so common. Autism parenting is something that monopolizes an enormous amount of one’s time and energy. As a… Read more »






(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… Read more »






How You Could Help Your Kids have a Better Relationship with their Grandparents

This is a collaborative post and therefore does not necessarily represent the views and opinions of this blog or its author. They say that age is just a number, and this couldn’t be truer. If you have kids and they don’t really have a relationship with their grandparents then there… Read more »

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