This blog post was originally published on the Peer Projects Therapy website. You can read the original here. We know that for many children, connecting with peers in a positive,...
Discover your inner truths as a mother.
Tips on how to more effectively understand autism as a grandparent.
We autism Moms can’t give what we don’t have! We need help, just like our kids do.
One mom’s story about how RDI restored relationship with her son.
In the RDI Program, one of the first goals is to create space to be present with your child.
I am determined to implement the steps to get to a place of love, acceptance and non judgementalism
In honor of Mother’s Day, I interviewed a special mom who has been working with RDI for over 12 years.
When a couple faces the extra challenges of a special needs child, the fragility can increase at an alarming rate.
The holidays can be a time to show appreciation and give thanks…
A long time ago, Anna never said or called me mom. Now I can happily say, there is not a day that goes by that I do not hear her call me mom.
Bob, a very bright kid, was able to self-teach many things including the Rubik’s Cube but interacting in a meaningful way with others has not come so easily.
Praising our children for their competence has become second nature for us parents, and the same thing needs to happen between parents
Let’s admit it, men and women think differently, especially around problem solving skills…
One of the most important things to remember…
The bond with a parent is a strong foundation for any child’s success. Here, we talk about different ways to strengthen parent and child attachment.
Children with autism struggle may have a hard time navigating social situations. Learn how to help them improve their social skills with RDI.
How can you help your autistic teen build healthy social relationships? Dr. Kim Isaac tells us all about it.