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5 Autism-Friendly Apps You Need To Check Out

For parents of children on the ASD spectrum actively dealing with sensory overload issues, meltdowns, or learning difficulties, help comes in the form of technology quite often. Whether it’s a long wait at the doctor’s office or a meltdown at a social event, technology in the form of mobile applications often comes to parents’ aid. … Continue reading 5 Autism-Friendly Apps You Need To Check Out

Easy Home-based Sensory Activities for ASD Kids

Children on the autism spectrum often face issues in coping with everyday sensory stimuli. Things like brushing hair, loud noises, and bright lights affect them every day. This can be overwhelming and frustrating for the child. Home-based sensory activities are a fun and easy way to stimulate the child’s senses and help him/her with sensory … Continue reading Easy Home-based Sensory Activities for ASD Kids

The Power of Home-based Sensory Interventions for ASD

What are Sensory Issues and Interventions? How we perceive the world helps us express and make sense of our experiences, thoughts, and feelings. But when these messages from the external environment are not regulated appropriately, it can cause feelings of extreme frustration and discomfort. Most cases of Autism are often accompanied by sensory issues. Sensory … Continue reading The Power of Home-based Sensory Interventions for ASD

Essential Online Courses for Parents of ASD Children

Over the past few years, learning has become flexible and easily accessible thanks to technology. Online courses have become an important element of learning and education. With these online courses, we can now learn at our own pace, time, and convenience. Many universities and institutes now offer online courses specifically designed for parents and caregivers … Continue reading Essential Online Courses for Parents of ASD Children

Lockdown Friendly Fun Sensory Activities for ASD Kids

A sensory activity is any activity that involves and stimulates senses like touch, smell, sight, sound, or taste; helping build children’s linguistic, cognitive, visual-spatial, social, and emotional skills. The everyday sensory stimuli around us that we take for granted can oftentimes be overwhelming for an autistic child to navigate through. Sensory play promotes the learning … Continue reading Lockdown Friendly Fun Sensory Activities for ASD Kids