Terms And Conditions
View All Posts
Subscribe To Our Newsletter
Best of Hub Page
A Review of Amazon Original “As We See It”
By Nils Skudra This weekend I had the opportunity to finish watching the new Amazon Prime series As We See It, a compelling 8-episode...
7 Tips for Dealing with Sensory Overload from an Autistic Dad
By Kris McElroy If someone would have asked me to rate my anxiety and excitement on a scale of 1-10 when I found out...
Double Whammy – Dealing With ADHD and OCD Together
Having ADHD and OCD together can be challenging. Here is what to expect and the treatments available when you have both conditions.The post Double Whammy – Dealing With ADHD and OCD Together appeared ..
Dyscalculia: News from the web: We don’t like to advertise, and we are NOT getting paid anything, but this is a wonderful book with lots of things you can do with Cuisenaire rods. We always say it is ..
Misunderstanding the “D-Word” (Yep, #Dyslexia)
Not sure how it happened, but it seems that there has been a wave of parents that think that their child has “dyslexia.” They also often note that many people in their family, such as the parents and ..
The Intersection of Race and Disability: Hidden Barriers to Accessing Services
By Danyale Sturdivant When my son Joshua was born, I cannot begin to tell you how happy I was! I had watched video’s and...
Black History Month: My Mother Stands
The Art of Autism kicks off Black History Month 2022 with a poem by Art of Autism board member Angela Weddle. Do you have...
Black History Month: Lois Curtis Artist and Disability Advocate Paved the Way
February is Black History Month. Lois Curtis is an African American artist with intellectual and developmental disabilities and schizophrenia. Curtis paved the way for...
25 Black Autistic People You May Want to Know About
February is Black History Month. If you have someone you’d like to add to this post, please comment below. 1. Anita Cameron Anita is...
Multisensory Monday: Pseudowords for End of Layer Review
Are you looking for a fun way to practice and review concepts learned in a layer? Here is an idea that will engage your student and help reinforce concepts. Materials: Multisensory phonics cards..
The 3 Legged Stool of Success for Kids with ADHD Part 1: Self-Awareness
Here's the bottom line: Find things your child does well; tasks he or she completes with mastery. Then you've got something about which both you and your son or daughter can honestly say: “That was..
5 Common Myths About Autism And How They Create Stigma
By Aaron Bouma For my peoples with disabilities, stigma is something we continuously face. It is how we are perceived to be, to act,...
ADHD and the Art of Conversation
Conversation can be difficult for those with ADHD. Here are tips to improve your conversational skills and enjoy connecting with others more.The post ADHD and the Art of Conversation appeared first..
As We See It Should Be Called As Non-Autistic Caregivers See It
“A Day in the Life” (2022 Version)
“Woke up, fell out of bed Dragged a comb across my head Found my way downstairs and drank a cup And looking up, I noticed I was late Found my coat and grabbed my hat Made the bus in secondsThe post..
Ruby dreams of competing at the Olympics - a dream made possible thanks to the hard work of respiratory researchers.Researchers at the Wal-yan Respiratory Research Centre are working to find better..
Review of the 1979 Comedy The In-Laws
Since it is very difficult for people with disabilities to make successful inroads in the film industry, where disabled characters tend to be represented...
Best books for special needs toddlers
Connecting with the Birds: My Closest Spiritual Allies
By Steve Staniek I spent 40 years in Health Physics, protecting workers and the public against nuclear risks, and by the time I retired...
Seeing is Engaging
New research is showing how visual stimulation may help individuals with ADHD improve focus and attention.The post Seeing is Engaging appeared first on Edge Foundation
Manny's Story: Improved mood, emotional regulation, empathy, clumsiness.
Hear from Manny's parents after they completed the Brain Balance Program at home with virtual coaching while they were stationed overseas.
Coronavax Study - Dr Samantha Carlson
Protecting ourselves, friends and family, and a motivation to travel, were among the top reasons West Australians received a COVID-19 vaccine, Dr Samantha Carlson explains.These were some of the key..
Dyscalculia on Twitch – Interview with @JJlass1
@JJlass1 tweeted at us the announcement of their Twitch proposal to include Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia and Dysgraphia in the newly launched release of new tags. We thought this was a brilliant idea and..
Professor Peter Richmond on COVID-19 vaccines & fertility
Part III: “Helping Your Struggling Reader & Dyslexix Child at Home”
Within the last two blog posts, we discussed the foundation that needed to understand how to work at home with your struggling child. While moving forward there is one overriding principle that is..
LIVE Q&A | COVID-19 and Kids: Your Questions Answered
Professor Peter Richmond and Associate Professor Asha Bowen, joined us live to answer your questions about schools and vaccinating your child against COVID-19.Contents of this video: 0:00 - Intro..
Protecting children from COVID-19 in 2022
Professor Peter Richmond, from the Wesfarmers Centre of Vaccines & Infectious Diseases, The University of Western Australia and Perth Children's Hospital, explains why it is important to protect kids ..
Cooper has always communicated by touch. I like to believe it’s a nonverbal thing. His autism thing. And a Cooper thing. In my mind it’s a way to feel and show someone emotion when it’s hard to..
We Get Forever Together
My sweet Cooper, This morning I was trying to distract your baby brother by doing This Little Piggy on his toes. I was exhausted. You had been up since 3:45 AM and the baby had been up 4 times..
Professor Tobias Kollmann on COVID-19 vaccinations and pregnancy
How to help your child set New Year's goals
Monique Robinson on anxiety and needle phobia
Please Stop Playing Gotcha With Autistic Accommodations
From Frustration to Organization – Using T.A.C.T. to Parent ADHD
ADHD is not a “new” condition, nor unique to life and times in the 21st century. But our understanding of this condition and how to parent ADHD children is actually quite new – and growing. We know..
Multisensory Monday: Conquer the Clock
Single vowels have short and long sounds, slowing readers down because they think about which sound works with the words they read. When two vowels are together in a word, it is called a vowel..
Film Review: Don’t Look Up – A Masterclass in Autistic Ableism
Spoilers ahead for the Netflix original film Don’t Look Up. by Allison Wall What’s that in the sky? Is it a bird? A plane?...
8 Tips for Parenting Kids with ADHD
Words to Live by When Parenting Complex Kids Much of what I've needed to know as a parent I learned teaching childbirth classes. No joke. It turns out that the best tips for expectant parents facing..
Low Stress ADHD
Chronic stress can cause physical and mental harm, especially for those with ADHD. Here are strategies to help de-stress your life.The post Low Stress ADHD appeared first on Edge Foundation
Safe Room, Premiering on Lifetime, Features Actually Autistic Actor, Nik Sanchez
This Saturday, on the 15th, Lifetime will be premiering Safe Room, a thriller that centers on recently widowed Lila Jackson (Nicole Ari Parker) and her 14-year-old autistic son Ian (Nik Sanchez). ..
Autism Checklist of DOOM