At Home Therapy

Eating For Autism: Food Additives That Make Autism Worse

One of the biggest mistakes we see parents make when it comes to incorporating nutrition therapy into their children’s treatment program is jumping into advanced interventions instead of starting with the basics.  In nutrition therapy, each step builds upon the previous one, becoming more advanced as you work your way through the program. The first…

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Yoga & Autism | 5 Benefits

Autistic minds can be a noisy place.  Children in the spectrum can have trouble concentrating due to sensory issues, and overloads that can lead them to anxiety and stress. Sports are highly recommended to ease stress and improve focus, however, due to motor skills and physical coordination challenges, it can be hard for children to…

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Helping a Sensory-Seeking Child When You Can’t Afford Therapy

Sensory seeking behaviors can be a common threat for children with autism. Up to 70–96 percent of them have some difficulties with sensory processing.  Sensory processing disorders can manifest as a condition in which the brain has trouble receiving and responding to information that comes in through the senses. It can manifest in the form…

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Autism & Quarantine: 5 Tips for Homeschool

With Covid-19, the whole world is under quarantine. For most parents, this represents a few changes in education and curricula. However, for parents on the spectrum, the challenge goes to a whole new level. Schedule changes, isolation, and lack of resources can bring an increased amount of tension. However, there is hope! Today, we want…

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Autism and Quarantine: Tips To Manage Daily Routine

Covid-19 has set the world under quarantine. For children on the autism spectrum, this represents a big disruption in schedules and therefore an open door for stress. Today, we will share with you a few tips to ease stress and create a daily routine that is fun for the whole family. HOW TO MANAGE THE…

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