May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and it’s important to remember that mental health challenges can affect anyone, including those in the neurodiverse community. Unfortunately, many people still believe harmful myths about mental health and neurodiversity. These misconceptions can prevent individuals from finding the help they need, and they can also make it more difficult […]

Three Myths About Mental Health Needs of Students with Autism and Other Disabilities
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We’re excited to share an excerpt from a recent article on, 10 activities for kids with autism that offer a variety of benefits, that highlights the importance of play for children on the autism spectrum and provides ideas for engaging activities that can support their development. The article features insights from our very own […]

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When the cold temperatures hit, it’s easy to take cover indoors and forget how important physical activity is for all of us, especially our children.  Although it certainly can be more challenging to fit into busy schedules, exercise can make a big difference in your child’s ability to self-regulate. According to The National Center on […]

Keeping Children with Special Needs Active During Winter Months
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