Holiday Tips for Children with ASD

Holiday Tips for Children with ASD

Making the Holidays Bright for Children with ASD Many people look forward to the holidays year-round–after all, it is the most wonderful time of the year! But for children with ASD and their families, this season can bring many disruptions to regular routines....
ABA Therapy Guide for Parents

ABA Therapy Guide for Parents

ABA Therapy and Sandcastle Centers Sandcastle Centers focuses on using treatment plans based on the best scientific knowledge. Together with applied behavioral analysis (ABA) therapy, we give children one-on-one care as well as individualized treatment through...

Connecting with Your Autistic Child

Best Ways to Connect with Your Autistic Child Children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) relate and interact differently to social interactions. Communication can vary depending on where the autistic child falls on the spectrum. One of the most prominent...

Sandcastle Centers Now Offering Tricare

Sandcastle Centers & Tricare Military families are just like any other family. Children attend school and their parents pursue careers. Then, at the end of the day, everyone comes together under one roof, to a happy, nurturing home. Like other parents in the...

Autism Acceptance Through Action And Awareness

Autism Acceptance: The Next Step Thanks to the rising awareness of ASD, autism acceptance is spreading. Countless individuals are sharing their experiences and provide a better understanding of what it’s like to live life with autism. How autism affects learning...

How Autism Affects Learning And Development

ASD, Learning, & Development Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) affects a broad range of functions and poses unique challenges. Emerging research has given valuable insight into the ways autism affects learning and development. These studies, hopefully, will improve...
Autism And Gender

Autism And Gender

Autism Gender Autism was first described as a form of childhood schizophrenia in 1943 by psychiatrist Leo Kanner. Since then, its definition, diagnosis, and classification have undergone several changes, from a psychiatric condition to a group of connected...