These Gifts Are Priceless, by Rob Gilsdorf

These Gifts Are Priceless, by Rob Gilsdorf

Growing up, I developed expectations of what fatherhood would entail. For raising a son, I expected Little League Baseball, tossing the football around, cheering my son at high school football championships, and the like. As we parents of children with autism all find...
Parents Share Adapted PE Experience

Parents Share Adapted PE Experience

The Autism Delaware Google group offered parents the chance to write about the effect of adapted physical education (PE) on their children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Here are the four questions: • Is your child’s adapted PE experience appropriate for his or...
Parent2Parent, by Jen Nardo

Parent2Parent, by Jen Nardo

Parent2Parent, by Jen Nardo Every phase of our kids’ lives comes with its own set of worries and concerns. I remember when my boys were born that I worried about their eating, sleeping, and “diaper activities.” Those beginner worries moved on to sitting, crawling,...