Autism Acceptance Month: Personal Perspectives

Chloe Rothschild

Oh, The Things You Can Do with an iPad

I remember when iPads first came out. My dad was the first one in my family to get one. I didn’t want one; I felt like it was silly because I had an  which could do the same things as the iPad and was smaller. Well, after playing on my dad’s   more and more I […]

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auditory attentiveness

Activities to Enhance Auditory Attentiveness

No one listening? Are you constantly repeating yourself? Do you have a child struggling with auditory processing disorder? Do you have a child who is startled by noise? Auditory attentiveness is a sensory process that uses the mechanics of hearing while integrating sound.  Auditory attentiveness is a listening skill which involves more than just hearing. […]

Easter Egg Hunt

Five Egg-citing Ideas for an Egg-ceptional Easter

Spring has sprung and soon the “egg”-citement of Easter activities will be all around us. However, sometimes families who have children who experience various challenges might feel left out or unable to join in on some of the festivities. No need to miss out on all the fun. Create your own traditions of Easter fun […]

The Aspie Teen's Survival Guide

The Aspie Teen’s Survival Guide

A survival kit is typically full of many items to help a person withstand adverse or unusual conditions. Many teenagers with Asperger’s are continually trying to figure out how to exist in a predominantly neurotypical world. Enter: An intriguing book titled,  Rudy Simone, author of  and , wrote an insightful foreward documenting her fall from […]

goal setting

How to Develop Realistic Goals With Children

All children with Isms are different, so it’s important that goals set for them be different as well.  Unfortunately, even the best of schools using the best Individualised Education Plans (IEPs) fall into the trap of providing a singular stream of education. It’s not laziness on their part, simply the difficulty of maintaining a classroom, […]

iPad as a Tool

Oh, The Things You Can Do with an iPad

I remember when iPads first came out. My dad was the first one in my family to get one. I didn’t want one; I felt like it was silly because I had an  which could do the same things as the iPad and was smaller. Well, after playing on my dad’s   more and more I […]

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