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Hi, I’m Sara!
It is so nice to have you here! This blog is meant to provide personal stories from our family, educational resources for teens with autism, as well as inspiration! Our family is doing the best that we can to help my 15 year old brother with autism learn to navigate the world as he starts his transition into adulthood. We hope to help provide you with information to help your loved one reach their highest potential! I currently work as a pediatric occupational therapist and my mother is a special education teacher homeschooling my teenage brother. Together we are providing our knowledge to help your family along this journey in life! We look forward to getting to know more about you and your family!
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Sensory Strategies for Teens *this post contains affiliate links. There is no extra cost to you, but will greatly help our family. Please read our disclosure statement for further details. Our family has discovered that there are tons of resources for sensory...read more
Where do I start when I want to help my teen become more independent with life skills? This is a question our family has asked ourselves many times when working with my brother and when I work in the clinic as an occupational therapist. There are tons and tons of life...read more
*This post may contain affiliate links. You may ask yourself, when did my child become a teenager? Kids grow up so fast, right before our eyes, and time keeps rushing right by us. In our family, my brother is now 15 years old! How did this happen? As a sister and a...read more
*This post may contain affiliate links. There is no extra cost to you. Please see our disclosure statement for further details. Making Friends Friendships and social interactions can be a challenge for some teen and can be a challenging skill to figure out how to...read more
Necessary Life Skills *This post may contain affiliate links. Please see our disclosure statement for further information. I am not misbehaving, I do not know how to act in social situations. I do not understand how to read body language or how to ask for help. I...read more