Do you feel as if your emotions are out of control? Here are some steps to getting control over them once again. Also remember to reach out to friends, family members, and professionals if you feel as though your emotions are more than you can deal with alone.
If you feel that your dog might have a serious illness, you should always take them to a veterinarian. Here are some symptoms you'll want to look out for.
Helping a young man with autism learn to shave can be difficult if he has sensory issues and motor skill challenges. In this video from Real Look Autism, an Occupational Therapist provides ideas for helping teach this personal hygiene skill.
Mouthwash is an antiseptic, and has more uses than you might think. Keep it on hand can help with more than oral hygiene.
Stress can be debilitating, and can impact all aspects of your life. Here are some ideas for lowering the stress of daily life.
Drinking too much soda can be a problem, especially if you're adding too many calories to your diet or drinking soda instead of healthier options. This video offers some guidelines to help you manage soda intake.
Water in your ear after swimming or bathing can be annoying and a potential health problem. Here's a video to help you dry out your ear canal safely.
As my journey through adulthood continues, I am constantly becoming aware of new and unfamiliar responsibilities as they present themselves.
On a trip to Arizona three years ago, my son Mickey asked to visit the airport gift shop. He rummaged through a display of stuffed animals.
Since I wrote of Cameron’s postsecondary funding dilemma last week, not much progress has been made.
Over the last year or so I’ve talked to parents who have children that have been newly diagnosed with ASD.
Whenever I share stories of my family's experience with Willie's aggressive and self-injurious behavior, I'm always concerned that the accounts will seem over the top to some ...
With April being Autism Awareness Month, everyone is getting into the spirit of helping out when it come to this cause.
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