National Autism Resources Blog

The Universal TriOn Grip!

The Universal TriOn Grip!

Posted by Kate Gladstone on Apr 23rd 2019

Many adults on the spectrum develop intense interests in a certain topic. For Kate Gladstone, it was handwriting. Kate is a world renowned handwriting expert and the creator of the Tri-On grip.We … read more

Tips to Help Autistic Kids Make Friends

Posted by Daniel Stefanski on Apr 16th 2019

How Classmates Can HelpIf you have an autistic kid in your classroom, it would be nice if you invite them to play during recess. Playing with a classmate on the playground is something most kids take … read more

Sleeping Issues on the Autism Spectrum

Posted by Louis Scarantino, Self-Autism Advocate on Apr 11th 2019

A common issue in many people with autism is an important thing that everyone in the world needs and is not getting enough of- Sleep! If we don’t get enough sleep, we don’t do well in our daily activi … read more

Promote Your Child's Independence Starting Today

Posted by Emily Iland, M.A on Apr 10th 2019

It's never too early or too late to prepare your child for life! The school years come to an end, but adulthood lasts for decades! The sooner you teach your child to do things for himself or herself, … read more

Worried About Not Doing Enough for Your Child? Don’t Be!

Posted by Russell Lehmann, award-winning and internationally recognized motivational speaker, poet, author and advocate who happens to have autism on Apr 3rd 2019

The most common question I get asked by parents of a child on the spectrum is “How do I know if I am doing enough for my child?”. By asking this question, it proves that you are indeed already doing e … read more