If your child was recently diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, you’ve probably been busy trying to process all the information you’ve received. Add to that all the research you may be doing on your own, recommendation from others, resources you’ve been directed to – it can become overwhelming. Creating a list of essential questions can help keep you focused and organized as you gather valuable information for your child’s therapy. We’d like to help get you started with a few key questions to ask while looking into ABA therapy. Searching for the ABA center that will be the right fit for your child can make a world of difference.
If your child has recently been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, you are likely still processing the overwhelming amount of information you’ve been given. We know it’s a lot to take in, and we want to help make this time a little less difficult for you. At Blossom Behavioral Wellness Center, our team is made up of compassionate, family-first individuals who are dedicated to helping in any way we can.
Finding the right therapies and services for a child with autism can be a little overwhelming. We understand the importance of finding the right fit for your child and your family. Our goal at Blossom is to lend a hand, provide support, guidance, and resources to help lift this weight from your shoulders. If you’re diving into the world of therapy, social skills programs, and services, let us help with a list of ten therapies to get you headed in the right direction.
Finding support and resources in your community is essential as a parent. Building long-lasting relationships and finding others who share your needs, interests, and concerns are just a few of the wonderful benefits of connecting with other families in your area. From therapy services to parenting class searches, we understand how overwhelming it can be sometimes. That’s why we’ve put together this Parenting Resource Guide as a helpful starting point for Detroit-area families.
Being on the spectrum can certainly present an array of challenges for your child as well as your family, but they don’t have to be debilitating barriers. Many influential people – some you may not have been aware of – have found ways to modify, adapt, and take on their challenges. The results? The ability to accomplish what others may have deemed impossible for their future, the courage to speak out, and being a role model for individuals with autism.
Halloween and all its festivities are quickly approaching. For many families, it’s a holiday full of elaborate costumes, mountains of sweets, and spooky décor. It’s typically a time of crowded sidewalks and squeals of excitement. But for families who are preparing a child with autism for the big day, it can be a challenging and even stressful time. If this is your first Halloween or you’re looking for ways to make this year more successful than the last, you’ve come to the right place. Our team is devoted to providing you with helpful tips to help make your family’s Halloween a safe and enjoyable one.