What about Kids with Autism after high school? Is the world ready?
As a parent, you’ve likely spent a lot of time pondering about your child’s future. Indeed more if your child is on the spectrum. The most common questions are-
- Will he be independent?
- Will he pay his own bills?
- Will he ever be employed? so on and so forth.
As I was doing my research on these questions, I came across an article that gave me a ray of hope and motivation to strive harder for my son. Hope this article motivates you all too. Read More »
“Until you have a kid with special needs, you have no idea of the depth of your strength, tenacity, and resourcefulness”. ~ Anonymous
April is an Autism awareness month. Autism is very new to our family and friends. Though they are getting educated seeing my son and the ways we deal with his autism however they lack even basic awareness. Today I would like to use this platform to raise awareness for my family and friends. Read More »
To accomplish great things we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan but also believe.
– Anatole France
I have always understood that when you view a bigger picture of your future, subconsciously your mind will begin working towards your goal. Hence I am always admired to know about the people who were never worried about their inability and progressed ahead to chase their dreams and accomplish it.
It was commendable to read about Ms.Haley Moss who has given hope and strength to many parents like me.
How do you keep yourself motivated?
This post is part 2 of the previous article ” Tips for parents to help your child with Autism thrive – 1″
Benefits of Nature that can help your child with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) thrive.
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As a responsible parent/caregiver you can do several things to encourage your child with Autism overcome their challenges. Days ahead are not going to be easy but a constant uphill battle. Now is the moment to stay strong-minded. Staying determined enables yourself to be a supportive parent to your child in need.
Given here are the 4 essential parenting tips to help your child with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) thrive.
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