We’re in the family room today where host, Janeen Herskovitz is reflecting on 2018 and preparing for the new year.
In this episode she shares 5 take-aways and impressions that autism left her with in 2018. And a few words of advice on how you can reflect on your own year.
In this episode you will discover:
- How Janeen’s husband’s recent heart attack helped her family be more aware of the intricacies of living with autism.
- The 5 impressions this past year has left and what we can learn from them.
- What one thing Janeen learned helps her son follow directions a bit easier.
- The best antidote to anxiety.
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5 Autism Lessons Learned During the Past Year:
- When you build your village, they will be there when it really counts.
- Feeling your feeling is one of the best ways to help them pass.
- Focusing on gratitude helps manage anxiety.
- Our kids will rise to the occasion when we ask them to.
- The words we use with our kids with ASD makes all the difference.