Thursday, January 12, 2017

Environmental Modifications for Children w/ Autism: How to Shape the Environment to boost Success

Sean is a former social worker turned stay-at-home dad. He knows what it’s like to juggle family and career; He did it for years until deciding to become a stay-at-home dad after the birth of his son. Though he loved his career in social work, he has found this additional time with his kids to be the most rewarding experience of his life. He now writes periodically for the Autism Society blog, as well as other outlets. 
Helping children with autism adapt to their environment is one aspect of a comprehensive treatment approach, but it’s also important to structure the environment in such a way that it maximizes your child’s odds of success.  Read more...

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