Resources for Autism (25)
Do you suspect your child with Autism Spectrum Disorder is being bullied? Download this helpful parent guide to better prevent and manage the effects of bullying.
Do you have a nagging feeling there's more to your child's story than Asperger's disorder?
Parents of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are understandably anxious as their child becomes an adult. But if they begin working with them now, future transitions can be much easier.
Bullying is no joke. Say "NO" to bullying and stand up for others!
When it comes to standing up to bullies, kids need to know that they hold more power than they think they do! Use this fun coloring page to inspire them to "Be An Everyday Hero" in all areas of their life.
Before, During, and After: Staying Involved with Parents at Each Step of the IEP Team Initial Evaluation Process
Though implementing Individual Education Plans (IEPs) is a daily part of your job requirement, it can be an overwhelming process for both you and the parents of your students with special needs. Taking time to determine how you, as a teacher, can help children and their parents benefit before, during, and after the IEP process ensures that you’ll be able to work together as a team to create a successful academic environment. This FREE DOWNLOAD offers strategies and tools to help you as you work with the IEP process.
Are there things you feel guilty about when it comes to parenting your special needs child? Help yourself work through them with this free download guide.
Set realistic and achievable goals for spending individual quality time with each of your children in order to communicate each child’s importance within your life and family! Use this free download to help you reflect on your current situation and then create goals for fostering relationships with all of your children.
Helping Without Hurting: Placing the Responsibility of Daily Living Tasks More in the Hands of Your Child
Continue being a helpful parent without hindering your child’s individual growth. Minimize enabling negative behavior by shifting responsibility back into your child’s hands with the strategies in this free download.
This worksheet includes activities to reflect on behavior, emotions, and coping strategies, as well as on positive qualities and attributes of your child.
Does your child have trouble understanding and expressing his or her emotions? These feelings gauges could help!
Learning to "Stop, Think, and Act" During Difficult Moments and Meltdowns: A Personal Guide for Parents
When caught in the midst of a meltdown, your first reaction may be DO SOMETHING! Consider the opposite: Stop, Think, Don’t React! Use the free download to prepare yourself for those meltdown scenarios in order to better handle your emotional response in the moment.
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