Just Noticeable Differences:: A Key to Independence
Children with autism don't have an innate motivation for growth-seeking, rather they display a desire to maintain stability (they want everything to stay the same!) But what if you could help introduce change slowly and comfortably into your kid's lives in a way that made them not only embrace change but look forward to it? Join Dr. Rachelle Sheely, the co-founder of RDIconnect for this month's podcast episode of ASD, A New Perspective. https://www.rdiconnect.com/
Transitioning into Adulthood: Part 1
What are the dreams that you have for your children? Did those dreams change when they received an autism diagnosis? In episode #72 of ASD: A New Perspective, Dr. Rachelle Sheely talks about how we should never limit the dreams we have for our kids, autism or not and how to help put them on a path to independence from a young age. https://www.rdiconnect.com/autism-podcast/
Do You Feel Left Out of Your Child's Therapy?
When you have a child diagnosed with autism, the recommended therapies can take up a lot of time, often leaving the parent feeling left in the dust. Do you feel like you are involved in your child's therapy? Do you want to be? Is a parent even important for the long-term growth of a child with autism? Dr. Rachelle Sheely, co-founder of RDIconnect, talks about the important role that parents play in remediation.