1. Autism Emergencies:Things you didn’t think about!

    I really needed to  write this article reminding Autism and special needs families that there could be a crisis in our lives at any moment. The type of lives we live we need to heed the warning to be prepared! Being an autism mom, the most important thing in our lives are being consistent and using our organizational skills.  God forbid anything happen to us parents who are the managers of our c…Read More

  2. My Child is diagnosed with Autism! What does the different Levels Mean?

    My Child is diagnosed with Autism     After further analysis the doctor comes back and says, your child has level 2 autism.  Your throat drops to your chest and you begin to panic, grasping at your mate's hand. You start to frantically ask all these questions. Is it curable? Will my child grow out of autism? Where do we go from here? The only thing the doctor tells you is: It's great that we …Read More

  3. My Autistic child does not Sleep! Here is a easy fix you might want to try.

    My child does not sleep! I have a child since he was five years old didn’t sleep through the night. Talk about a worried mom! I was getting up to him the middle of the night almost every night. He was also PICA and would put everything into his mouth. How could I get sleep for myself? There were many sleepless nights for the both of us. Some people just don’t require a lot of sleep, and he is …Read More

  4. Autism- Taking apart their bed

    Every morning, my son’s sheets would be off of his bed with his mattress off of the bed frame.  Talk about killing your back every morning putting that bed back together! Maybe that is why they use the puzzle piece for Autism because we are all puzzled on how to deal with all the different behaviors! Here is a simple solution to a back-breaking problem.  Buy a new bed. Save up your money and …Read More

  5. Your Child is diagnosis is Autism

    My Child is diagnosed with Autism     After further analysis the doctor comes back and says, your child has level 2 autism.  Your throat drops to your chest and you begin to panic, grasping at your mate's hand. You start to frantically ask all these questions. Is it curable? Will my child grow out of autism? Where do we go from here? The only thing the doctor tells you is: It's great that we …Read More

  6. Keeping Your Autistic Child Safe At Home

    With any child, there are certain measures you must take to ensure their safety in your home. When you have a child with autism, there are special considerations to make. Here, we have outlined ways you can better secure your home so you can rest assured that your child is safe.   Install High Fences To ensure that your child can play outside in your yard, it is important to install a high fence …Read More

  7. Autism & Diet

    It is common sense that what you eat has an impact on how you feel and behave. When you eat nothing but junk food, you often feel sick and don’t have the energy to do anything but lay on the couch. For children with autism, some parents have seen a difference in the way their children behave when they follow particular diets. While you cannot “cure” autism with a special diet, you can make c…Read More

  8. Practicing Self-Care As A Parent

    When you have a child with autism, you adapt your life to fit around their needs. There are so many things to focus on in any given day for your child that your own needs are put to the side. As parents, putting our children before ourselves is natural, but we cannot forget to practice self-care.  As much as you love your child, coping with autism is not easy. On a daily basis, you may experience…Read More

  9. Taking Your Autistic Child To A Restaurant

    As parents of autistic children, our lives changed when our child was diagnosed. Before, going out to eat at a sit-down restaurant was a simple process, but now you are overwhelmed with the idea of taking your family out for a meal. You worry that the change of routine and the loud noises may overstimulate your child, or they may grow impatient or refuse to eat. What was once just an occasional pl…Read More

  10. Shaving your Autistic Son

    As parents of autistic or special needs children. We have to go above and beyond what is expected of us. One is grooming our children, our boys start getting older and with age comes hair on their face. As mom’s we didn’t expect to be shaving our teenagers. Most kids would be already doing this themselves. Which brings me to making this DIY video for mom’s. We don’t shave our faces, but ye…Read More