Autism Trick-or-Treat Printable

Autism Trick or Treat Printable

Halloween is nearly upon us and that means that it is almost time for trick-or-treating. Trick-or-treating is hit or miss with most children on the autism spectrum, but there are several measures that we, as parents, can take to improve the chances of a successful Halloween. One of these is the use of an autism trick-or-treat printable. Over the years I’ve seen these name tag-sized printables floating around the Internet, but all of the ones I’ve seen were rather boring. {Read More}

Winter Themed Count & Trace Printables

Winter Themed Count & Trace Printables

I have to admit, writing about winter themed printables when the temperature is still in the 90s here in Phoenix, Arizona is a bit odd, but in some parts of the country, it is almost cold weather season. Today I am sharing with you a winter themed set of count and trace printables. Just download and print out these 5 sheets and work with your loved one on counting and writing 1 to 10. Click on the images below for {Read More}

Happy New Year from Alex & Ava!

Wishing everyone a happy, healthy and prosperous 2014!

A Zombie-fied Halloween #TBT

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It is #ThrowBackThursday (aka #TBT) in social media today and since it is also Halloween, I wanted to share one of my favorite Halloween pictures with you – Halloween 2007 when I had a zombie knight and a zombie princess. My daughter had just spent three nights in the hospital (two nights in, one night out, one night back in) and my son had a fever and the flu. But, both wanted to partake in the Halloween festivities so we {Read More}

Autism iPad App Review: i See-quence… Christmas Social Skills Stories

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A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to download the i See-quence…Christmas Social Skills Stories iPad app from I Get It LLC. Although it is already Christmas Eve, it is not too late to download this $0.99 app and help prepare your kids with autism or other developmental delays for Christmas. I See-quence…Christmas is a classic social skills story app, walking your child through the Christmas season with colorful photos. Topics covered in the Christmas social skills story include: {Read More}

6 Must Read Articles About Autism & The Holidays

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The holiday season is upon us and for those of us that have a family member with autism, sometimes it feels like the season can bring more stress than fun. I hope that these posts from The Autism Education Site archives can help you as you prepare for Christmas, Hanukkah, New Years and the other Winter Holidays. 1. The Holidays & Autism: Challenges During the Holiday Season for Children Who Tend to Wander “The holiday season can be a particularly {Read More}