Find resources to help you increase your toddler or preschooler’s communication and independence as well as decrease problem behaviors.
Activity Planner for Communication Goals
Download this sheet to plan out communication strategies you are going to use with your child during your daily activities. Post in your home for a handy reminder!
5 Tips to Help Your Child Follow Directions
Get 5 simple strategies to increase your child’s compliance! HINT — all 5 are things that ADULTS need to do to make this happen!
Tantrums Versus Meltdowns
Are tantrums and meltdowns the same? Should you handle them the same way? Download this one page resource to get some quick information about the similarities and differences, triggers for each, and how to handle tantrums and meltdowns.
Are You Worried About Early Signs of Autism?
Here are 5 steps to take when you’re worried about your toddler or preschooler showing early signs of autism.
Behavior Change Checklist
Know what you want to focus on first! Get this resource to take you through the process of choosing the first behavior/skill to tackle and how to start working on it now.
A-B-C Data Collection
Before we can fix a problem behavior, we have to know why it happens in the first place! Use this simple form while you observe your child to determine WHY he/she hits, runs away, yells, tantrums, etc. After completing it, you’ll be able to see the patterns and know what your child is getting out of that problem behavior.
Visit the Autism Blog
Here you’ll find information and resources about autism, communication, behavior, and self-help skills.
3 Strategies to Help Your Child Eat New Foods
Improving your autistic child's diet is a challenge for so many families! The pediatrician says “Only offer what the rest of the family eats. They’ll eat when they get hungry enough.” Your mom says you went through a picky phase and now you eat...
7 Ways to Teach Your Child to Sit at the Table
Sitting at the table is one of those things that’s hard to decide on. Should I have my kids only eat at the table? Is it better that I just feed them? Even if that means it’s chasing them down or letting them eat while watching the iPad? If you haven’t read my...
5 Activities to Build Attention & Play Skills
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