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3 Steps to Increase Independence for Your Loved One with Disability | Autism

You might be wondering how you can help your loved one with a developmental disability become more independent… I understand how challenging and emotional this can be. But there’s hope, optimism, and many possibilities for ...Continue Reading

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Why Group Homes For Adults With Disabilities Are NOT The Best Option, and What’s Better.

Have you ever wondered if there are better living options than Group Homes For Adults With Disabilities then you are in the right place. Why Group Homes For Adults With Disabilities Are NOT Ideal There ...Continue Reading

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Supported Employment: Job Readiness Training vs. Learning on the Job

Helping your loved one with a disability find meaningful employment is a priority for you. But have you ever wondered if job readiness training is truly beneficial? I’ve got all of the details for you ...Continue Reading

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The #1 Life Skill For Your Loved One with a Developmental Disability | Autism

If you’re getting ready for your loved one to move out of the family home, there’s one important skill they need to learn. And no, it’s not about cooking, cleaning, or handling money… It’s about ...Continue Reading

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The Truth Behind Disability Only Workplaces for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities | Autism

There’s a cafe a few towns over that hires mostly individuals with developmental disabilities.You may have seen these types of businesses in your area: a cafe, a thrift store, or a packaging facility.The family behind ...Continue Reading

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A Special Vs. Ordinary Life For Your Loved One with a Developmental Disability | Autism

As soon as you are told that your loved one with a developmental disability or autism is “special,” everything changes… If your family’s journey has been like mine, you have been told that your loved ...Continue Reading

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When Is the Right Time to Create a Life Plan for My Loved One with a Disability?

My sister Sarah, full of life and talents, found herself stuck at home for a decade after high school. It was a wasted decade, and she missed out on the joy and contribution she could ...Continue Reading

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What is Person-Centered Planning?

The ‘Special’ plan that others have for your loved one with a developmental disability is NOT a good one. (I.e. a group home and a day program.) But here’s the thing— your loved one can ...Continue Reading

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