Today, with the amount of information at our finger-tips, it is essential to have a clear understanding of what the term 'special needs' really means. This will help us deal with it better.
While parental stress is common, the levels experienced by parents of children with autism is much higher. Here are a few tips to deal with high levels of stress and keep things under control.
Raising an autistic child can be an overwhelming experience for the parents. However, with a little bit of planning and effort, it may not be a difficult task to carry out. Read on to know more.
When children have learning difficulties or speech and language difficulties because of autism, assistive technology can help them overcome these barriers. Read on to know how it can help.
The diagnosis of autism in a child hits a family hard. A more nuanced understanding of the condition will help families work towards a better quality of life for themselves and their child.
Outdoor play benefits all children, and it can improve behaviour, social skills and attention in children with autism spectrum disorder. Time to show your child the joy of great outdoors
You can make this summer a memorable one for your autistic child by doing these fun activities tailor-made for him.
While most adults understand how to deal with an autistic child, younger children don’t. Parents should explain to their child, who is normal, about autism and how to deal with his autistic sibling.