Parent Stress: Is Trying to Hide it a Good Option?

Parent Stress: Is Trying to Hide it a Good Option?

Parent stress, in general, runs high these days. We are several months into a global pandemic, and parents have a lot to worry about: Health and finances. Job losses or working from home (while juggling another round of distance learning). Wondering when life will...
Tips for a Sensory-Friendly Holiday

Tips for a Sensory-Friendly Holiday

For children with sensory challenges, the holidays can be a tricky time. The season is undoubtably exciting, but all that excitement – along with changes in routine, lights, crowded activities, music, lots of smells, and new foods – can simply feel like too much. We...
Reading to Support Language Development

Reading to Support Language Development

Reading is an important language-learning tool for all children, but it can be especially powerful for those who struggle with communication. We checked in with one of our speech-language pathologists, Erica Lord, who runs our Tiny Talkers program, to get her tips on...
Autism Resource Guide

Autism Resource Guide

Are you a parent of a child newly diagnosed with autism thinking “Where do I start?” You can start here. We’ve spent nearly two decades supporting children with autism and their families, and based on our experience we created this resource list of...