Tweet Share3 Pin StumbleShares 3I’ve read a few posts with similar titles that have either made me angry or were gratuitous pitches, so as someone who’s been an autism mom for over 3 years now, I thought I’d answer your question. Here is a list of things you need to know when raising a child with an autism diagnosis: How To Handle Your Child’s Autism
Tweet Share1 Pin4 StumbleShares 5 One of the many blessings in living in our day and age is the unprecedented access we have to resources, thanks to the internet. For Christians raising autistic kids, this is especially true! There is so much to teach them, and we often feel like “2 steps forward, 3 steps back.” Am I right? But there is great support out there!
Tweet Share3 Pin4 StumbleShares 7 My beautiful autistic daughter is strong, empowered and a ray of sunshine to me. So she has meltdown sometimes, so what? We need to do our best to empower our girls. Here are 26 ways to empower your autistic daughter. Tell her she’s loved in any way that she can understand. Kisses and hugs, or giving space and blowing your kisses