When meeting with parents of young children with autism, one of the most common questions that come up, is “how can I potty train my child?”. There are many reasons why children with autism experience potty training issues. Identifying these issues can help parents know how and when to start with the toilet training process. Because of some of… Read More
What Is Autism? How To Move From Concern To Action
What Is Autism? How To Move From Concern To Action Autism (or Autism Spectrum Disorder) is a developmental disability. Children with autism experience challenges in 3 areas: communication skills, social interaction skills, and restrictive/repetitive behavior. There is a wide range of abilities within individuals with autism. Some children need more support and some need less support in different areas of… Read More
Have you heard? The NEW Product Membership is HERE!
Introducing the NEW Autism Little Learners Product Membership! This was designed to make your life easier while providing you with new resources each month that will be right at your fingertips and can be used to help your young students or children learn & make progress! It’s a monthly membership loaded with a variety of products to download each… Read More
How to Help Young Children with Autism Communicate: Let’s Find Their Voice!
Did you hear about my FREE Webinar Training? Yep, you heard that right I’m hosting 3 FREE webinar trainings on How to Help Young Children with Autism Communicate: Let’s Find Their Voice! for teachers and parents on Tuesday 2/9, Thursday 2/11 or Tuesday 2/16 @ 6 pm CT. In this webinar, you’ll learn: To identify how your student or child is currently… Read More
Reframing Echolalia In Autism: It’s Not a Bad Thing!
Echolalia in autism can be confusing for educators and parents who are trying to teach their child or student to talk. They are happy the child is verbal, but aren’t sure how to guide the child from echolalia to spontaneous, flexible speech. WHAT IS ECHOLALIA IN AUTISM? Echolalia is simply the repeating or echoing of what someone else has said…. Read More
How to Use One of the Best Hacks to Teach Prepositions in Speech Therapy!
You guys! I’m going to let you in on my best-kept secret for teaching prepositions during speech therapy for young children! I inherited this little hack from the speech/language pathologist that I student taught for many years ago. When I say that I inherited it, that is literally what happened. In 1997, I student taught for an amazing SLP named… Read More
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