Outdoor Autism Activities – Pour and Match Water Color

Match colored dot stickers with colored X’s on objects around your yard. Works on memory, patterns, instructions, visual processing, fine motor, and speech.

Activities for Autism: Outdoor Sticker Game

Match colored dot stickers with colored X’s on objects around your yard. Works on memory, patterns, instructions, visual processing, fine motor and speech.

What the first 14 days of Sensory Enrichment Therapy look like

Ever wondered what it looks like to do Sensory Enrichment Therapy and what kind of progress you can see in the first two weeks? Follow this family as they try Sensory Enrichment Therapy for two weeks.

How to do Sensory Enrichment Therapy when you are traveling this summer

Vacation destinations and community outings can provide opportunities for environmental enrichment for a child, with a host of new scents, sights, and textures.

Give your child periods of silence. Their brain will thank you for it.

Science shows that silence is good for you. Researchers did experiments with animals and found that exposure to silence prompted cell development in the brain. This article includes some practical suggestions and answers to frequently asked questions.

How to make sure your child with autism drinks enough water

Children generally need help to make sure that they stay hydrated when the temperature rises, and children with special needs may require extra help. Not enough water may lead to discomfort and even serious physical distress. We are going to share some recommendations in this article about helping children to stay hydrated and why they need your help.

How to make the waiting room a good place for children with ADHD, autism and sensory needs

Ideas to help decrease anxiety and increase focus in children with autism and ADHD as they prepare for your next therapy session in the waiting room.

Six simple lesson ideas for your child with autism – from a homeschooling mom

Whatever your child’s needs are, it’s important to address them in their lesson plan and understand that many children on the autism spectrum require repetition and order to understand a concept.

Tactile defensiveness: how to do sensory enriched touch

In this article we will review strategies that help individuals with tactile defensiveness, as well as other sensory processing issues related to touch, so that they can also implement touch exercises, and reap the benefits of an increase in brain plasticity.

OCD and autism: How can you tell the difference?

Autism and OCD are two different conditions. This article explains how you can tell the difference between autism symptoms, anxiety behaviors and obsessive compulsive disorder.