It can be difficult as a parent or caregiver of a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to feel as though you cannot connect with them.
Establishing a routine with a child who has autism can have multiple benefits for the person creating the routine (a parent, caregiver, teacher, etc.), as well as for the child.
Traveling and vacations can be a wonderful way to unwind, relax, and make memories as a family. For families with a member on the spectrum, vacation may sound daunting. Here are some tips to help your vacation run smoothly.
Jamie is a Lead Registered Behavior Technician (Lead Tech) in the early intervention program at our Carroll County center, where she's worked for one year.