Stanford Children’s Health & Children’s Health Council Offering FREE Program

Nadia Shanab | autism, general advice, parenting, tips
28 Jul 2015

Stanford Children’s Health and Children’s Health Council are offering a free program for recently diagnosed autism patients with Bay Area treatment resources. Find the details here.

Parents of children with autism who enjoy a strong and stable marital relationship get the best possible outcome regarding their kids developmental progress. The day-to-day life of a family with a child with autism can be very stressful and burdensome. But when the couple is supportive of each other, coping with the disorder becomes much easier. Every family member benefits from this healthy relationship. Empathy, compassion, and kindness cultivate a peaceful atmosphere in the home.

Kids who’s dads participated in reading or singing to them, playing with them gave better results than dads who didn’t. Same goes for dads who took their kids to their appointments (doctor’s, therapist’s,…). Briefly, dads who are more involved in their kids’ day-to-day life commitments and challenges, their kids showed better results.

Receiving an autism diagnosis can be devastating. Stronger people can see the good in the bad. They try to be proactive and participate in solving problems. Staying positive can attract goodness from the outside world. Being negative can only make things worse.


  • Plan, organize, and network!
  • Take care of yourselves parents, you are your child’s biggest asset.
  • Find resources to stay informed and educated.
  • Parents make great coaches and therapists.
  • Accept help from family, friends, neighbors, or organizations.

Your child’s diagnosis can turn into a career.

nadia shanab

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