People with autism have a kind of superpower. It’s true, while they may struggle in some areas, what they’re good at, they’re not just good at, they’re amazing at!
Did you know that people with autism have amazing attention to detail?
It’s probably taken months, if not years to finally get a diagnosis for your child. You knew where things were heading, all the signs were there, but when you are told your child has autism you feel like you’ve been hit by a bullet. Your heart is breaking. You’ll have tears for your child and overwhelming emotions. There’s a sense of loss, the loss of what could have been, the grief and the wondering how this happened, what could you have done differently, why me, why my child?
Family mealtimes can be difficult. There’s always someone who doesn’t like something you put on the plate.Perhaps you decide to do a different meal for each member of your family depending on their likes and dislikes.Maybe you have a child who will only eat white food, like mashed potato, chicken and cauliflower.
SASI commits to all staff being vaccinated against COVID-19 We are proud to announce that our entire SASI team is fully vaccinated. SASI has maintained our commitment to the health, safety and wellbeing of our team members, clients and families/carers, requiring...
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