Technology and Autism: The Good and Bad

There is no doubt that technology has completely changed our world. It has given us unlimited access to information and communication while removing the need for physical, social interaction. Technology has helped kids with Autism learn and develop skills like never before. However, it has also shown to have negative effects.  Kids with Autism reap…

Fall Activities for Autistic Children

As the weather turns crisp, you may be wondering how you can engage your child in fun Fall activities. For children who experience sensory challenges, the outdoors makes a great sensory playground. The cooler Fall weather is a perfect time to plan some fun outdoor activities! Here are some things you can do this Fall:…

7 Signs Your Infant May Have Autism

Many parents may notice signs of Autism in their infants even before their first birthday. Although children without the condition often show similar behavior, it is important to consult with a pediatrician or family doctor if there are signs of developmental delays.  An early diagnosis will lead to an increased outcome for your child. Here…

Eden II Students Participate In Guggenheim for All Program

Eden II students recently participated in the Guggenheim for All program, coordinated by Loretta Kennedy. Guggenheim for All provides a developmentally sound museum and art making opportunity for children with autism. Museum educators, Jodi and Emily, visited Beach Street for special art lessons and to give students a preview and recap of their experience touring…