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IEP's - A Parent's Guide. The Documentary
This documentary help's parent's decide if an IEP is right for their child and if it is explains the process. Make a difficult situation easier by watching this free full length documentary. Packed with information from a variety of experts and experienced parents. Save yourself time and frustration by becoming informed.
How to Help Autistic Children
Language is all around. This is why it’s so important to provide extra support to improve speech for children with autism. These strategies can be implemented by parents and used to help your child/ #CommunicationSkills #SpeechDevelopment #SLP #Autism #ToddlerDevelopment #ChildDevelopment #SocialSkills
What is Selective Mutism? The Beginner's Guide to Understanding SM - The Highly Sensitive Child
What is Selective Mutism? What causes SM and how is it diagnosed? What is the treatment and strategies for overcoming this disorder? Click to get all your questions answered about this anxiety disorder and repin to share with others. #SelectiveMutism #SM #childhoodanxiety #anxiety #anxietydisorder #highlysensitive #sensory
Motivating your autistic child to write - The Mom Kind
Writing can be a rather challenging activity, especially for children on the autism spectrum. Check out these tips to motivate your autistic child to write #autismparenting #specialeducation
Children's Books on Sensory Processing Disorder | Mommy Evolution
As parents, we often aren't quite sure how to talk to our kids (or their siblings) about sensory challenges. Children's books on Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) are a terrific way to educate and get the conversation started.
20+ Important Signs Your Child May Be Autistic
Check out these 20+ important signs your child may be autistic! The signs of autism can sometimes be easy to miss, so this is a must read for all parents! #Autism #AutismAwareness #AutismAcceptance #AutisticChild #AutismMom #Parenting