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Navigating Holiday Gatherings With An Autistic Child
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Navigating Holiday Gatherings With An Autistic Child

The holiday season is a time for joy, family gatherings, and celebrations. However, for parents of autistic children, it can also be a period of heightened stress and anxiety. The disruption of routines, sensory overload, and social expectations can make holiday gatherings challenging. But with some thoughtful planning and strategies, you can ensure that your…

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Below you will find the links to login pages for the Autism Little Learners programs. Please reach out to autismlittlelearners@gmail.com if you need additional assistance. Adapted Book Library Autism Little Learners Membership Kickstart Bootcamp Visual Schedules Made Easy Website Shop Purchases Visual Supports Challenge File Folder Challenge Adapted Book Challenge Calming Corner Challenge

Autism: Potty Train Your Child
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Autism: Potty Train Your Child

Toilet training marks a significant developmental milestone for children, yet it presents unique challenges, particularly for those on the autism spectrum. In our previous blog, Potty Train With Compassion-Part 1, we delved into the hurdles posed by interoception and language delays. If you haven’t had the chance to read it, I highly recommend doing so…

Self Regulation: Foundation For Learning
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Self Regulation: Foundation For Learning

When little ones start growing up, they’re not just learning about the things around them – they’re also figuring out how to control their feelings and actions. This is so important because regulation is the foundation for learning. In this post, we will talk about why supporting regulation is so crucial for autistic children, and…

Early Language Development In Autistic Children
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Early Language Development In Autistic Children

Fostering early language development in young autistic children goes beyond the conventional methods. Below are three creative approaches that don’t involve the typical “say this” or “say that” instructions.  1. People Play People play, also known as people games, are simple and repetitive routines that involve at least two people. These games do not require…

Special Needs Swimming Lessons
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Special Needs Swimming Lessons

Many of you are asking for visuals for special needs swimming lessons. I’m glad you are here! Swimming is a fun activity that offers numerous physical, mental, and social benefits. For autistic children and kids with other special needs, adapted swimming lessons can be particularly helpful. They promote physical strength, confidence, and social interaction. In…