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  • When people ask me what I do, and I tell them that I work with people with developmental disorders like autism, I univariably get one of two responses: “wow, you must be really patient!”, or, “hmm…why is there so much autism today? We didn’t have...

  • Many children who show early signs of autism do not receive appropriate screening for neurodevelopmental conditions for many reasons. These include fear and stigma around labeling children, denial of a potential problem, or fear of the unknown. Beyond that, many families, especially first time parents,...

  • It is currently estimated that 1 in 4 children have difficulty with reading and comprehension. These students struggle both in and out of the school setting. Not only do impaired reading skills impact someone’s ability to learn but can also be the source of significant...

  • The COVID-19 pandemic has taken the world by storm in a very short period of time, whether directly affected or not. Of course, what I mean by directly affected are those that have contracted the virus, but the reality is that everyone around the world...

  • The last week or two have been particularly challenging for many of us as we have become witness to a number of racially driven, and in some cases, violent or even deadly incidents. In the wake of COVID-19, many are already experiencing emotional distress. On...

  • Learn how to handle children's anxiety about returning to school with parental support, counseling and therapy services.