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Do You Need Support?

No matter where you are in the journey through the Autism Spectrum Disorder and Sensory Processing Disorder, we all need support from time to time.

So often we hear mums and dads say that they wish they could talk with someone who understands.  Friends can be good but because they do not experience your world, you just may not feel they hear you.

We have developed a program for mums and dads to access for support.  No longer do you need to feel you do not have anyone to talk to.

If you want to know more, please click on the heading Support Program for ASD and SPD Families for further information.

 

Do You Need Help To Connect With Your Child?

Are you sitting at home wishing that you could connect with your child?  Do you wish you could improve the connection between you and your child?

I have worked with numerous children with Autism with varying degree of severity. Some gave me very little response but once I tapped into their interests, we slowly connected with each other.  Once the connection was developed, their behaviour reduced and the child blossomed.

You can have that too.

If you want to connect with your child, please click on the heading Connect with your Child  for further information.

Do You Want To Strengthen Your Relationship?

Autism Spectrum Disorder and Sensory Processing Disorder is not just about the child but about the whole family.  Families commence the journey naturally going through a grief cycle and then the demands of the child, therapy, work and all the other commitments.

However your relationship needs work too.  If you are feeling that your relationship is not what you want it to be, I am here to help.  By helping both mum and dad to reconnect is husband and wife (not only in the bedroom) is essential to keep the family unit strong throughout the challenges ahead.  Yes there are always ups and downs but we will always get through them together.

If you want to know more about this program, click on the heading Empowering a Child with Autism Spectrum Disorder to find out more

 

 

 

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