National Autism Resources Blog

AS, Drop The D

AS, Drop The D

Posted by Anne Sabagh Certified Life Coach on Apr 2nd 2020

December 17, 2018: That is the day I learned I was on the autism spectrum. Specifically, what used to be known as Asperger’s Syndrome, but is now, in the newest version of the Diagnostic Statistical M … read more
​At home with the kids? Here are 5 Sensory Activities Everyone Can Enjoy

​At home with the kids? Here are 5 Sensory Activities Everyone Can Enjoy

Posted by Bonnie Arnwine, President of National Autism Resources on Mar 17th 2020

With school on extended break in many communities we all have the opportunity to spend extra time with our kids. However, movies, the mall, the park, and going out to eat are not options. In this situ … read more
A New Tool in our Toolbox - Ambulance Comfort Kit

A New Tool in our Toolbox - Ambulance Comfort Kit

Posted by Joleen Sabel, AEMT, NREMT Hartford Fire & Rescue on Mar 13th 2020

When you hear ‘tools in my toolbox’, most think of a construction worker, handyman, electrician or plumber. However, there are others that carry a toolbox too. As an EMT, my toolbox includes an ambula … read more
5 Tips to Help Teens Build Relationships

5 Tips to Help Teens Build Relationships

Posted by Sheri Van Dijk, MSW, RSW on Mar 4th 2020

Relationships can be difficult for kids and teens at the best of times; but when it comes to kids who have other difficulties, such as being on the spectrum, and/or experiencing anxiety and other pain … read more
5 Tips for Teaching & Reviewing Survival Signs & Symbols

5 Tips for Teaching & Reviewing Survival Signs & Symbols

Posted by Christina Reville on Feb 26th 2020

Look around you. Everywhere you look you see a sign or a symbol indicating something. Special signs, symbols, and directions are encountered in every area of our lives. They provide us with informatio … read more