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Autism Support and Resources

There are four members of our family diagnosed with autism.  Jason, the husband and father, was diagnosed as an adult, after we completed our family.  Our two sons, Dinomite and Bulldozer, were diagnosed at the ages of 4 and 3 respectively.  Our adopted daughter Sunshine was also diagnosed at the age of 3.

At times we've felt like we're barely keeping our heads above water.  Other times we've felt confident and successful, excited to share and inspire.  No matter what we share, we're always honest about the good, the bad, and the in between moments.

On this page, you will find:
  • Autism Support & Resources
  • Personal Stories
  • Real Life Travel Experiences & Resources
  • Special Needs Perspective Series written by Jason
We hope you will find our variety of posts enjoyable and helpful, no matter your circumstance and where you're at in your journey with a loved one who has autism.

How to Help Your Autistic Child Play Board Games Successfully It's time to Have a Serious Talk About Autism How to Help My Child Want to Try New Foods Auditory Sensory Resources for Children 10 Ways to Help Family with Special Needs Children Charting the ABCs of Behavioral Analysis Autism and Montessori Practical Life What You Don't Know President Trump Must Have Fidget Toys 4 Steps to Managing Aggressive Behaviors Overcoming Struggles with Autism I Think My Husband Has Autism Free Christmas Shopping Planner Free Christmas Visual Schedule for Kids Special Needs Event Planner Trick-or-treating social story Incident Questionnaires for Parents of Special Needs Children Gift Ideas for Aggressive Kids Who Rage Holiday Themed Sensory Bins Fun Ways to Teach Children About Emotions Witches and Wizards Halloween Party Anxiety Kit for Kids Who Love Baby Dolls Anxiety Kit for Kids Who Love Princesses Anxiety Kit for Kids Who Love Star Wars Anxiety Kit for Kids Who Love Animals Am I Going Crazy Our First Camping Trip Little Fish, BIG EMOTIONS Shoe tying tips and resources Homeschooling My Autistic Child When food is your child's enemy A visit to Legoland with special needs Diagnosis Day Sensory resources for children who need to chew A guide to pediatric specialists Mommy, I forgot I was on a playdate A Day in the Life of a Montessori Family with Special Needs Sensory oriented anxiety kits for children Passion, pizza, strokes, and perseverance Walt Disney World Vacation Day 1 Walt Disney World Vacation Day 2 Walt Disney World Day 3 Walt Disney World Vacation  Day 4 Walt Disney World Day 5 Walt Disney World Day 6 Walt Disney World Vacation Day 7 It's Personal:  Documentation Flying with special needs kidsAirport Preparation Unit Airplane Unit Grace and Courtesy A beginners guide to special dietary needs How can I help my autistic child prepare for a career How can I help my autistic child prepare for higher education? It's Personal:  I Cried How do I handle my child's defiant behaviors? How can I help my child with transitions? How can I better prepare my child for unexpected changes routines and schedules? It's Personal:  Burn Out What Does Normal Look Like? Preparing for an appointment with a developmental pediatrician To the grandparents of special needs children The Choice to Medicate Your Special Needs Child Decision to Homeschool

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