When I started thinking about what I'd like people to know about my children on the autism spectrum, so many things ran through my mind. There's so much you want to relay to other people. I'm going to attempt to relay a few things in this post. The first thing is when you meet one … Continue reading What I Want People To Know About Autism
Did you know that there are some natural things you can take for mental health? Now, this isn't to replace what the doctor has you on, but it can help a lot. I know for my twins using certain essential oils has been a Godsend. So, let's take a look at some natural things. Depression- … Continue reading Supplements For Mental Health
The success of a student is every teacher’s number one priority over the course of their teaching career. For some students success can be getting good grades and for other it may mean increased involvement within the classroom environment. You can help all your students achieve their full potential regardless of how the measure they … Continue reading Tips for Teachers to help a student with Autism. How you can help them succeed!!
Here are the questions that ran through my mind.
I was going the best I could.
I can't tell you how many times I've heard, "oh I know someone with autism and they don't do that or this, or act this way".
All of the disorders have similar symptoms and can be hard to tell apart.
There are many bad things about me, but I have a good side.
The biggest aspect of Asperger’s Syndrome is the lack of social skills.
While functioning differently from the norm isn’t necessarily a bad thing, when it comes to things like self-care and safety, learning, limiting anxiety and interacting with others, everyone deserves help to achieve at the best of their capability.