Gentle Nudge From A Child's Comfort Zone
Routines are helpful for children on the spectrum. But parents must also consider gently pushing their children outside of their comfort zone, using role play, modeling, and other tactics to help them reach their full potential.
Dr. Temple Grandin explains why
Protect Autistic Children from Wandering
Wandering is a common problem for children on the spectrum, and it can be both stressful and dangerous. It happens when an autistic child leaves a safe space without the knowledge of his or her caregivers. A wandering child is vulnerable to water, traffic, and other life-threatening dangers.
Home alarms, shoe IDs, and visual aids can help prevent wandering and get a wandering child home safely.Learn How!