I am honored to have the Big Abilities blog now featured on Feedspot and on their Top 50 Autism blogs list. Reaching families that have children with developmental disabilities such as autism is our number one goal. Partnering with Feedspot will help us do just that! Continue reading “Big Abilities is Now Featured on Feedspot”
Children with developmental disabilities, such as autism, often struggle to comply with the many requests of parents, educators and other caregivers. This can make everyday activities and routines challenging. Fortunately, there are simple strategies that will greatly improve the child’s ability and willingness to comply. Continue reading “3 Tips for Increasing Compliance in Children on the Autism Spectrum”
Amy shares some reasons why children with autism spectrum disorder can become very rigid and non-flexible with routines and then offers some strategies for helping them cope when those routines become disrupted.
Amy shares an article she wrote for National Autism Resources on ways to use choices to increase compliance in children with autism.
I was honored to have National Autism Resources reach out to me and ask me to write an article for their blog. If you want more information about how to effectively use choices to increase compliance click to the link below for some great tips!
Amy shares a story of a Sunday morning meltdown her son with autism had and how reflecting on that meltdown helped her realize he still has more good days than bad.
My 4-year-old son is on the autism spectrum. I write about autism a lot! I normally keep my pieces uplifting, resourceful, and strategy based. But not this one. Continue reading “Autism: One Bad Morning”
As a freelance writer for Playground Magazine, I do my best to write articles that reach families of children with special needs, like my own. My most recent article highlights 5 of the best resources available for families in the Central Florida area.
Click below to check it out!
Amy shares a summary of the Mississippi Center for Autism and Related Developmental Disabilities’ annual fundraising event.
This year I had the privilege of attending and speaking at the Mississippi Center for Autism and Related Developmental Disabilities’ (mscentersforautism.org) 2019 annual fundraising event. Continue reading “Mississippi Center for Autism and Related Developmental Disabilities 2019 Annual Fund Raising Event”