There’s a new video up!!! Lily and I are SUPER excited that Facebook live is back! We are answering a question on autism and behavior AFTER the school day ends and what this has to do with “academic impact.” Come check it out! Here is the link referenced in the video: http://littlesproutspeech.com/store/success-in-school/ Autism and behavior after Continue reading
[Training Article] 8 Tips On Handling A Biter In The School Setting
The reality is that for toddlers biting is a stage many go through. It is one of many ways they communicate when they don’t yet have the words to express themselves. Unfortunately, it can hurt, break skin, leave teeth marks and/or a serious bruise. And of course if the biting is not caught Continue reading
[Training Article] No More Biting!
By Hallie Bulkin I am often asked, “How do I stop my child from biting?” If you follow me you know that I work with children who have speech-language delays & specialize in working with children that have autism spectrum disorder. This question usually comes from a parent of one of my kiddos (but sometimes comes Continue reading
4 Tips For Teaching Your Child About Personal Space
Mary woke up and just wanted to hide in the bedroom. She could already hear her child with autism was awake by the stirring coming from his room. She kept replaying yesterday’s playground scenario in her head. Her son, Jason, was playing on his own when a group of kids approached him and he went Continue reading
Worry About YOURSELF!
My hubby always used to say, “You do you, I’ll do me”, telling me to basically worry about myself and he will worry about himself. This was earlier on in our relationship, way before marriage and and children were even a thought in our minds but it still applies at times. We do have to worry Continue reading
How To Set Expectations With Your Child
After sharing articles on how to help your little one manage anxiety on social media, I was asked about what exactly an expectation chart looks like and to explain that further. If you missed those articles you can get them here: Part 1: How To Strategically Manage Anxiety Part 2: Strategies for Managing Anxiety Let’s Continue reading