WHAT TO EXPECT

Current State of Neurodivergent Employment

Some startling statistics In a recent webinar on competitive employment landscapes, some startling and all too revealing statistics were given regarding the disabled/neurodiverse population in America.  Only 33.8% of adults with any disability are working (or 66.2% are unemployed) 31.2% of adults with a mental health related disability are working (of 68.8% are unemployed) Only […]

Engaging in early intervention

Early Intervention For many parents, realizing that your child may receive an autism diagnosis can be difficult and or surprising, but it doesn’t have to be. Substantial efforts have been made to frame a roadmap for parents as they begin to navigate the possibility that their child may be Neurodiverse. What to look out for […]

Raising a Child with Autism and Caring for Yourself

  The emotional journey of having a special needs child can be exhausting, isolating and take years to fully understand the impact that it has had on you as a person. Special needs such as autism are especially taxing because you as a parent had a vision for the life of your new child and […]

Caregiver Support Group TONIGHT 8/19/19

Join us tonight for our weekly caregiver support group.   This support group is held every Monday from 8-9 pm EST. Access the live online support group at: https://zoom.us/j/965226211 Tonight’s Topic:  Sensory and Behavior   Your group moderator is Cara Koscinski. She’s the parent to two sons with autism. Cara is also a pediatric occupational […]

Caregiver Support Group TONIGHT 8/5/19

Join us tonight for our weekly caregiver support group.   This support group is held every Monday from 8-9 pm EST. Access the live online support group at: https://zoom.us/j/965226211 Tonight’s Topic:  Fathers Only   Your group moderator is Cara Koscinski. She’s the parent to two sons with autism. Cara is also a pediatric occupational therapist […]