Posts

Using the kids game Operation to teach emotional regulation concepts

Kids with autism are hard wired differently

Sarah Ward of Cognitive Connections-Two Day Training on Executive Function in NJ January 2015

Wonderful advice from Dr. Temple Grandin

Philadelphia area guy with autism will be a Mummer. Not sure what a Mummer is? Read On!

Asperger's syndrome explained for children by the TV show Arthur

Jan 8th Webinar-How ADHD Effects Executive Function.

Differentiating ADHD from Asperger's

A great presentation by a young adult with ASD on living with ASD- Amy Gravino

Teaching students to ask for help by Michelle Garcia Winner

Medication is Only One Part of ADHD Treatment

Kids Do Well If They Can: A Strengths Based Approach

A great transition program in Massachusetts for young adults with intellectual disabilities.

How to avoid being unnecessarily overprotective

How to establish a realistic morning routine with kids.

A downloadable guide to money management for people with disabilities

Teens Report Less Loneliness but More Isolation

10 Reasons Handheld Devices Should Be Banned for Children Under 12 Years Old

Teens Report Less Loneliness, More Isolation

Self-care hurdles for teens and teens

Ways to Help Kids Develop Coping Skills

The other pieces of treating ADHD

Research Centers Team Up to Help Teens With ADHD and ASD Drive Safely

Alarm Clocks for ADHD Families

Lunch buddies help teen with ASD

Raising Emotional IQ

Young adults with Aspergers struggle to find jobs.

Transition to college is tough for students with ADHD

Aspergers and college

What happens when teens with ADHD become adults? by Karen Dandurant

Autism isn't just a childhood disorder but are we prepared to serve adults? by Alex Zimmerman

How to outsmart inflexible thinking by Judy Endow

The difference between 504 plans and Individual Education Plans

5 Unwritten Social Expectations

How yelling keeps kids from listening

Understanding social cognitive challenges

The Big Deal About Small Talk by Judy Endow- Why small talk is one of the most important social cognitive skills

New Rules Coming to Protect Students from Poor Performing Career College Programs

Common myths about sensory processing issues.

Excellent article about ASD prognosis

Why Getting Your Kids Into College Should Be The Least of Your Concerns

Hiring people with disabilities is good for business!

Should kids wit ADHD avoid eating sugar?

Why Getting Your Kids Into College Should Be The Least of Your Concerns

Free PDF from Harvard University Center on the Developing Child-Enhancing and Practicing Executive Function Skills with Children and Adolescents

Why kids fidget and what to do about it.

Comparing/Contrasting NVLD and Aspergers

The ADHD Mistake

Advice for parents about the transition to adulthood for children with ASD/Aspergers diagnoses.

Why Aren't Schools Teaching Social Skills (or doing a very good job teaching them)?

A great truth about the importance of social skills.

Understanding your child's difficulties with making friends.

An interesting perspective on why so many kids can't sit still in school all day.

Executive Functioning Issues-Possible Causes (An interesting read)

The reality of public education in the USA

Apps to help with home work and organization for ADHD

Understanding your child's trouble with making friends

Tantrums, Meltdowns and More: Executive Dysfunction and Behavior

Lancaster teen is 1st person with intellectual disability to enroll at Millersville - Local News - lancasteronline.com

How do I know if my child has executive function issues?

Executive Function and Academic Performance - An important correlation.

Dispelling an old myth about ADHD medications and stunted growth.

ASERT Social Skills Groups - Caregivers or Parents in Philadelphia area

Pediatricians say school should start later for teens' health

Understanding the difference between language based and non-language based learning disabilities

Learning Disabilities and Executive Functioning by Dr. Sheldon Horowitz

Perspective Taking Skills for Adults with ADHD