A lot has been weighing on my mind lately. Today, on my out for work Max was going into his compulsive breakfast behavior. There are a few behaviors that occur regularly that have become obsessive. As most parents and especially parents of children on the spectrum, small simple things can take hours to get … Continue reading Q: Why were you late today? A: um…sugar
Most parents notice signs or differences in their child around age 2. The timeline to noticing differences or having concerns about your child's development and getting a diagnosis can take up to 3 years. So, parents have years of trying to find therapists, work with schools and determine what works for their child. It can … Continue reading So you think your child may have autism?