By: Brittyn Coleman. Today we have a guest blog post from Brittyn Coleman. Brittyn is a Registered Dietitian, Autism Nutrition Expert, and the Creator of the Autism Nutrition Library. She works with parents of children with autism to expand accepted foods for picky eaters and improve gut health. Today Brittyn shares her top 8 mealtime tips. Read below!
It’s true that Time Timer visual timers are an amazing resource that can be a great support tool for people with autism, ADHD, and learning disorders. Yet,Time Timer visual timers are for absolutely everyone! Whether you’re at home or in the office, there’s a million ways to use this awesome visual timer.
By: Emily W. King, Ph.D. Today we have a guest blog post from Dr. Emily W. King. Dr. Emily. W. King is a child psychologist, and former school psychologist, who has spent the last 20 years working with neurodivergent children and teens along with their families and teachers in schools and private practice. Today she shares ways to help manage time without causing more anxiety for neurodivergent children and teens.
By: Sam Palacio. Today we have a guest blog post from Sam. Sam is a mom of two neurodivergent kids with 12 years under her belt navigating the journey with Autism.She is a family photographer that specializes in serving our neurodiverse and differently abled community. Today Sam shares some insights on how to thoughtfully approach and support parents of neurodivergent children.