Who said that only Occupational Therapists can give sensory therapy? Most children with autism need a balanced sensory diet, that is, opportunities to participate in a variety of sensory activities and experience all the different sensations over the day. Although the level and type of sensory input each child needs is different, they all benefit . . . → Read More: Using Bath time as a Sensory Therapy
Emotions are one of the things children with autism find very difficult to communicate. Here’s an idea to get your toddler or young child with autism to learn to define their emotions.
Use Emotion words frequently– some words you can start with are mad, happy, sad and angry. Every time the child is going through . . . → Read More: Teaching Children with Autism about Emotions:
A Gluten Free Casein Free diet for Autism tries to eliminate the dietary intake of these proteins in order to see favorable results in autistic symptoms. . . . → Read More: The Verdict : Gluten-Free-Casein-Free Diet in Autism