By Fallon Nickelsen Amid ever-changing information about the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us are feeling heightened and heavier emotions. Incorporating some mindful practices into your daily routine can help build healthy coping skills that can promote grounding and relaxation. Being mindful doesn’t have to look a specific way. It can be a very small addition to your daily regimen […]
By Kristina Tober April is Autism Awareness Month. It’s hard to think about anything but the COVID-19 pandemic or the economy right now, but I ask you to take a pause for a moment and consider how this crisis impacts families and individuals with autism. Schools, vital behavioral, speech and occupational therapy — all canceled.
Adjusting to COVID-19 at Work By Andy Adams Is your department still open for business during COVID-19? Yes, the Life Enrichment Department is still open. We are alive and well. No matter the circumstance, we will be with our gentlemen helping them weather this storm. When all is said and done we need them right
Adjusting to COVID-19 at Work By Maddie Scott Is your department still open for business during COVID-19? Yes, but our in-person services are on suspension until further notice. We are however still offering telehealth sessions/services for parent training as well as webinars to provide helpful behavioral-based information and suggestions for families. How has the COVID-19 spread affected your department? The entire
Adjusting to COVID-19 at Work By Mathew McCabe Is your department still open for business during COVID-19? Sadly, The Adventures Department at Ascendigo is not currently open for business, although we are working very hard to set ourselves up for success for this upcoming summer camp. How has the COVID-19 spread affected your department? On
Adjusting to COVID-19 at Work By Soozie Lindbloom Is your department still open for business during COVID-19? As this is a pretty HR-Heavy topic, I have more work than ever (sorry to all of you whose emails I still haven’t gotten back to -I’m working on it!) How has the COVID-19 spread affected your department?
BY SUSAN LINDEN, FEBRUARY 8, 2018 Side bar: Just to fill you in on a little history, World Autism Awareness Day is officially April 2 every year thanks to a United Nations declaration in 2007. The UN encouraged Member States to take measures to raise awareness about people with autism internationally. Autism organizations around
By Sallie Bernard – June 20, 2017 Breakthrough technologies were presented by a dynamic group of exceptional speakers and exhibitors at the annual Families at the Forefront of Technology for Special Needs Conference in Snowmass Village June 2 – 4. Speakers from the Coleman Institute, Google, The Arc of Colorado, expert consultants, and various universities