Last March 2020, the lives of many were significantly altered in many ways. Due to the pandemic, what was once deemed as normal or routine, swiftly shifted to unknown and unpredictable. Dr. Chris Furlow, Canopy Children’s Solutions (Canopy), Director of Autism Solutions, understands the impact of the pandemic as it relates to children with autism and their families.
Autism Awareness and Child Abuse Prevention Awareness are both recognized in April and Canopy will be celebrating the important work we do with Autism and Child Abuse Prevention! The color blue represents support for both Autism and Child Abuse Prevention. …
Canopy Children's Solutions' behavioral health professionals share parenting advice to help manage your family's stress and anxiety.
Jennifer Cottrell, an autism spectrum disorder teacher at Canopy Children’s Solutions’ CARES School Hattiesburg, recently received a classroom grant from the Mississippi Professional Educators.
Worried that time away from the "normal routine" is going to cause regression in your child? Dr. Chris Furlow is here to answer a question that may help.
#UnderTheCanopy we want to ensure Mississippi children on the autism spectrum have little disruption to transformative therapy. You can help Canopy Autism Solutions to ensure every child can be a success story.
National Autism Resources provides a list of activities and tools parents can use to help combat overstimulation and stress for children.
We are living in unprecedented times and that has led to a lot of strain and anxiety among parents and families. This may be felt even more so by parents of children with autism spectrum disorder. Dr. Chris Furlow, BCBA-D, shares thoughts about how autism families can cope during this unusual time.