If you have spent most of your time at home during the coronavirus pandemic, the world can look different when you re-enter into daily life. Here are a few ways to help prepare yourself and your family.
Looking for something to do as a family? Canopy has what you need from storytime to crafts to self-care tips. Check it out here
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.
Considering letting your middle-school-aged child stay home alone this summer? Canopy provides you with insight on how to make the transition to more independence for your older child safe and successful.
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.
Life in the U.S. looks a lot different than it did even a week ago as the outbreak from coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread. Canopy Children’s Solutions provides expert insight on normalizing and coping tips for families.
This March, as part of Self-Injury Awareness Month, it is important that parents educate themselves on self-harm and ways to help children who are struggling emotionally.