What’s self-care, and why is it important? Dr. Kristin Pleines answers questions for parents and caregivers of children with autism.Read More
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Many caregivers of people with autism report stress, depression, and anxiety. But there are things that caregivers can do to help improve day-to-day life. The features that follow, discuss the research on caregiving and provide some evidence-based tips.
Researchers have taken notice of parental stress in families of children with autism. More than a few studies report that parents of children with autism experience more stress than parents of typical-developing children and parents of children with Down Syndrome.Read More
In this webinar, Amy Keefer, Ph.D., ABPP, discusses parental stress and coping strategies in families of children with autism. This is a joint webinar with SSC@IAN (Simons Simplex Collection at the Interactive Autism Network). This webinar is 60 minutes long.Read More