Meltdowns are not something you just have to live with.
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Some families have children that are different.
Actually, every child had difficult days. Even children in perfect families.
(Here’s the secret – there are no perfect families).
Having a child with ADHD or autism brings challenges to your home and to your child’s school experience.
Autism and ADHD are known as invisible disabilities.
A child with autism has no outward sign of his disability.
A child with ADHD looks just like every other child.
Yet children with autism or ADHD can act different than the other children. And this can cause confusion, frustration, and even anger in the adults around the child.
Here is what our expert Crystal has to say about taking a child with autism out in public.
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Some people just can’t keep their opinions to themselves.
When you are out in public with your child, and your child throws a tantrum, everyone is suddenly an expert. Really, they are a critic.
It can be worse when you child has an invisible disability such as autism or ADHD.
Our expert Crystal says
As a parent you are always thinking, “What are people thinking when my child tantrums?” Because they are going to tantrum about something.
Watch this 1 minute 44 second video where Crystal explains what it is like for parents when their child has a meltdown in public.
Our experts Crystal and Cindi want to help you with your child’s journey through autism or ADHD.
Just hope for your child.
Marriage can be strained by a child with disabilities.
When a child is struggling, parents struggle, too.
What is the best way to help our child?
Who is right?
Why is the teacher always calling me at work?
Sometimes, we blame ourselves.
Sometimes, we blame each other.
It is even worse when the school professionals are telling you stuff about your child that you disagree with.
Watch our expert Cindi explain your rights as a parent in this 50 second video.
We know you have the best interest of your child at heart. We know you love your partner, and wish it would get easier.
We've been there.
That's why we have created a variety of resources to help families just like yours.