Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a common occurrence in the U.S. with 1 in every 68 kids affected. Autism affects children in a variety of ways, which is why it is now called autism spectrum disorder, and it will follow them into adulthood. What works for one parent may be ineffective for another simply because each child has different likes, dislikes, abilities, and co-occurring problems in his place on the spectrum. However, there are certain aspects of autism that are, for the most part, found in all kids with ASD. With that in mind, we share a few tips on parenting a child with ASD.
Bought for Pack and Play. It worked and didn’t fall over, was easy to install and move. Our baby was not impressed and it didn’t catch her eye. For the price, I wish it would have had some of the the lights included with the bigger model.
The perfect toy for your baby development.
Ladies… dads…. I first discovered this when our 2 month old was rushed to the ICU and I didn’t know these existed. I bought one and I wish I had one when my older kids were babies.It fits on the halo bassinet and it’s amazing.DO yourself a favor and buy this
Crib Gym - The ONLY Gym That Can Be SAFELY Used in a Crib and on the Floor
Fun and engaging while delivering valuable OT/PT therapies. The ball’s sensory elements have helped our 3yo son with some sensory adversions. It is light and fun to play with both in and out doors. Great toy for this looking to incorporate fun to needed therapies.