Actress Holly Robinson Peete will appear on Autism Live this Friday, March 14, 2014, at 11:00 a.m. PDT, for a one-hour segment.
Kids love playdough, but for our kids with gluten sensitivity, the branded kind can be a nightmare. Here Suzanne teaches us how to make our own homemade gluten free playdough that every kid can enjoy!
In the last few months I’m sure you’ve seen all the eloping horror stories in the news. You might be wandering how, as a parent, you can take steps to prevent your child from wandering into danger.
It’s a brand-new segment of Ask Dr. Doreen on Autism Live featuring CARD founder Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh answering YOUR questions about autism! Here are the topics Dr. Doreen tackles this week with Autism Live host Shannon Penrod.
Here’s another segment of CARD founder Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh on Autism Live answering questions about autism from viewers. Here are the topics she covers this week:
Autism Live is an interactive webshow providing support, resources, information, facts, entertainment and inspiration to parents, teachers and practitioners working with children on the autism spectrum.
Tune in to Autism Live on Wednesday’s at 10 am to see CARD founder Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh answer YOUR questions about autism!
Start the year off right with this month’s fun Smary video! This month (January) features an activity for children to practice their episodic memory skills. In doing so, they’ll get to make a fun time capsule. Just follow along the template below (also found on the Autism Live Facebook page) and you and your child will have a fun, simple time capsule to put memories in!
Creating a time capsule is an ideal activity for developing episodic memory skills. Episodic memory, as the name suggests, refers to an individual’s memory of specific episodes or events they have experienced. It includes the ability to recall immediately experienced episodes, recently experienced episodes and episodes experienced in the past. In addition to remembering the information and knowledge from past experiences, it is important for children to learn to relate and apply this information and knowledge to new experiences.
In this segment of “Empowering Autism Parents”, autism mom Nancy Alspaugh-Jackson elaborates on a technique she uses to forget about the holiday to-do list and remember all the blessings in her life.