Autism in Girls

As a parent of a teenage girl with Autism, I have been fascinated by an article published in Scientific America on March 1, 2016. Over the course of the last couple of years, I’ve read this article several times and have recommended it to others to read on occasion.

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One Goal at a Time

Parents often ask what can be done to ensure their child succeeds with daily living activities. Everyone wants to feel successful and it can be frustrating to feel like you’re spinning your wheels when it comes to making progress at daily tasks such as getting dressed, brushing teeth, using a spoon, etc.

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Michelle Macrorie
Royals are Already Winners in Our Eyes

While I have always been a Royals fan, last season they made a move that still has me smiling. Last year, the Royals minor league system signed an outfielder named Tarik El-Abour. He is the first person with autism to be signed to a minor league contract. I found this video and article to be both heartwarming and encouraging.

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Michelle Macrorie
Welcome to our first blog post!

There are some topics that are consistently brought up during coaching sessions with parents we work with. We’ll use this space to provide information on topics that you want to know and maybe even some you didn’t know you need.

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Amy Sanner