Dogs With Library Cards and Children With Autism

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“Doctors told the parents of an 11-year-old autistic son that he would never read…so quit trying to teach him,” says Suzanne Vening, an organic farmer in Jackson, Mississippi. “The doctor didn’t count on Adam, my Australian shepherd.” Abused and abandoned before being adopted by Vening, she had trained him for therapy work. Vening knew nothing about autistic or learning-disabled children, … Read More

Understanding the Difference Between Tantrums and Meltdowns!

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I would like to share with you ways I may help you with your child or children with autism that you care for. As an Occupational Therapist, I help the children improve their function and meet their intensive sensory needs, I also specialize in challenging behavior! Hence, I’m know as the “Mary Poppins of Autism”. I deeply understand how people … Read More