Category Archives: Home is Where the Heart Is (esp. for parents)

A (sort of) Love Letter

Dear Difficult Parent, I’ll admit your number shows up on my cell phone and I pause a moment and take a breath before I pick up.  I catch sight of you down the hallway and briefly consider ducking down another … Continue reading

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Handling the Holidays with ASD

Today’s guest blogger specializes in social groups and therapy for children and young adults with autism.   For our children on the autism spectrum who love routine and predictability the holidays can be a stressful time of year. Decorations, social … Continue reading

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Incorporating Little Ones in Thanksgiving Prep

Halloween is such a child friendly holiday.  You get to act out fantasies, even being a bad guy, complete with costume. You get to walk around at night.  You ask for candy and they give it to you.  Thanksgiving, on … Continue reading

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