Madison Center Blog
By Sara on November 19th, 2018
For a child with special needs, travel can feel overwhelming. Here's how to plan a successful trip for all.
By Ewelina on November 14th, 2018
The holidays can bring joy and they can bring stress. We're sharing 5 strategies to support your child with special needs and help you breath a little easier this holiday season.
By Laurie on October 27th, 2018
Halloween is a holiday full of fun and spooky surprises, but those surprises can be genuinely scary for many children with autism spectrum disorders and related disabilities. However, with some planning and outside resources, Halloween is back on for children on the spectrum and better than ever with increased skill building, safety, and fun.
By Erin on October 19th, 2018
You might catch yourself asking “why is my child doing this?” when he or she begins displaying a new behavior. While it seems like it could be a ton of different things, there are really only four (yes, four!) main possibilities as to why they are displaying this behavior: attention, escape, access, and automatic.
By Meera on September 21st, 2018
Fun and easy ideas to build in sensory play with your kids this fall!