I’m very glad that we found this PLAY group for the kids. The instructors are kind enough to get them [children] engaged. There’s no such thing anywhere in the city..it’s a chance for them to be accepted.
Working with PLAY is a great experience. Working here is an extension of what I do as an ECE, I get more information about autistic kids that I can take to my full time job.
My favourite part about PLAY is being with the kids. They are so loving and so understanding and our staff is amazing! If you have that child that you’re concerned about, PLAY is the place to be, because we’re all about physical awareness and physical education.
Here’s a post about autism parents that we wanted to reshare from a great blog called The Mighty (more info on the blog below) The word autism entered my heart as a whisper. It later entered my brain as a possibility. Later still, it entered my life. I worried, bought a book on autism, devouredread more
5 Early Signs of Autism Understanding early signs of autism can help you provide your child with the help and resources that they need from as early an age as possible. Here are 5 early signs of autism that we’ve sourced from Autism Speaks. You can find a link to their entire checklist at theread more
Raising a Child with Autism We wanted to share a short story for parents raising a child with autism who be able to relate. Whether their diagnosis is from the low functioning end of the ASD spectrum to the high-functioning Aspergers end. After all, we’re all in this together. This spring we spent months in andread more