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Recipe Roundup: Back to School Edition

August is absolutely flying by, and most schools have already started here in Chicago! If you missed my previous back to school posts, check them out here. One of the biggest grievances I have with back to school time, as a small business owner who is booked pretty solid, is not having time to cook lunches and dinners that are both nutritious and delicious. I can only imagine that this is a struggle for many parents out there, and can become even more difficult being the parent of a child with additional needs. Not to mention, many of the kiddos I work with are either picky eaters or have several different allergies to contend with. Keeping all of this in mind, I have compiled some kitchen t

Gadgets and Gear for the New School Year

We are one week closer to school starting, and that means getting your child ready with all the latest gadgets and gizmos to make them successful in school and at home! If you missed last week's post on easing the transition back to school, be sure to check it out here. As an autism specialist, I have seen a lot of techniques and cool tools used in therapy, in the classroom, and at home to give children that extra edge toward success. I thought this might be the perfect time to share some of my favorite gear with all of you. I am not affiliated with any of these companies, they are either products that I have seen used and LOVED or amazing concepts that might benefit your family and little o

Back to School: Easing the Transition for Children with ASD

It is August already, and you know what that means… back to school! Going back to school can bring a lot of mixed emotions for children with autism and their families. Some parents may be ready to get back to structure; some kids may not want to leave their awesome summer camps and programs. Whether you are looking forward to it or dreading it, the end of summer is near. For many children with autism, the difficulty with heading back to school is their fear of the unknown and the challenges that come with transitioning into a new routine. Here are some ideas to ease the back to school shift! #1: Make a Countdown Song (or use mine) [if !supportLists]· Write the back to school date on the cale

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