autism awareness

Time Out For Self-Regulation, Not Punishment

  In the heat of the moment, when those "terrible two's" begin to take hold of your child for the first time, it can be really hard to recognize what is actually happening versus what it "feels" like is happening. But that outburst isn't coming from a place of disrespect or disobedience; it's an outburst … Continue reading Time Out For Self-Regulation, Not Punishment

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I’m Writing For Hudson Valley Parent Magazine!

I recently started blogging for Hudson Valley Parent about our journey with Simon, Sailing The Spectrum. I'll  be posting weekly about what we've learned in Early Intervention as well as sharing personal stories about the very true side of Autism and Sensory Processing Disorder. I also have a few articles featured in upcoming HV Parent … Continue reading I’m Writing For Hudson Valley Parent Magazine!

Grounding Objects

My son is always holding something; a toy car, a ball, his blanket, a puzzle piece. We thought it was so adorable that wherever we went, he would find a "treasure" as we called it. The first time we went to a park, he found a tiny piece of tree bark and carried it around all day and then into … Continue reading Grounding Objects