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Autism Research: Where do I start?

This is the final segment of my New Year, New Diagnosis blog series. If you missed part 1 and 2, please check them out for resources on service providers and action steps to take when your child has recently been diagnosed. Today’s post is focused on research; where to find it, how to read it, and everything in between. I am a huge nerd, and one of my favorite parts of my job is staying up-to-date on the current autism research and reading books about different perspectives on autism. There are challenges that come with keeping up with the latest research and literature. It often requires a lot of reading and many people are searching for information, but may not know the best places to loo

Getting the Biggest Bang for your Buck

Welcome back to my New Year, New Diagnosis series. If you missed last week all about Autism, its signs and action steps to take in getting your child the best resources possible, you can check it out here. This week I am focusing on the therapeutic aspect of treatment. When it comes to choosing therapies for your child on the autism spectrum, there are a lot of options. It can be overwhelming for parents to interpret all of the information and select the best therapies based on price and effectiveness. Creative Arts Therapies As a music therapist, this is the therapeutic domain I generally fall under. Creative Arts Therapists use a creative medium (i.e., music, dance, art, drama) to work on

What to Expect When You're Suspecting... ASD

Since it is the start of a new year, I wanted to engage parents who might be newly receiving the diagnosis of autism for their child. In this “New Year, New Diagnosis” series, I want to give parents resources and information to help make the start of their journey successful, supported and stress-free. Whether you are a parent who is just learning about autism and all of the treatments available, or a seasoned veteran who has been raising a child with autism for many years; this series aims to give you the latest research and strategies in a unique and engaging way! What is Autism? “Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and autism are both general terms for a group of complex disorders of brain dev

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