Category: Inspiration

Questions for YOU!

From Kate Wilde: Are you prioritizing your happiness today?Is it #1 on what you are creating for yourself? A happy parent helps a child with an open heart.A happy parent teaches a child to create their own happiness, illuminates the way.. I so often hear a parent say that all they want for their child…
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Inside there is a beautiful person

From Gaby:When a child is severely autistic the parents (and others) wonder how much gets into the childs brains. Does the autistic person have any clue of what happens around them? The answer is yes if I have to go by Tybalt. I’m lucky that my once severely autistic, none verbal and according to the…
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How Being Happy Can Help Your Child!

FROM BECKY: I read a beautiful quote recently that resonated with me and applies so much to working with our children with Autism and running a Son-Rise Program. “There is no path to happiness, happiness is the path” (Buddha) I love this quote so much! When I am focusing on my own happiness and comfort…
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Taking the Next Step

FROM WILLIAM: As you read this stop for a moment and ask yourself what is one thing that I have done, said or thought that is caring, giving or loving of someone else. If you are having trouble finding something – go back a day or two or even the last week and find something.…
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From Bears: Turn Up Our Love Bigger Than Ever…

What if, this week, each of us turns up our love bigger than ever? What if we chose to love not only those who appear to be great candidates, like our partners, our children, our parents, our friends, even our co-workers…but the cashier in the market, the teller in the bank, the bus driver, the…
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Some Inspiring Words For Our Amazing Children!!!!

From: Kim You are so special! Great work! Way to go! Keep up the great work! You are such a fun friend/son/daughter! You are spectacular! I love being your mom/dad! You are so smart! What a great idea! You are so kind! You are so talented! What a big heart you have! What a great…
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10 ways to make the toilet fun!

Here are 10 ways you can make going to the toilet fun,yes actually fun! One way that I have seen many children explore the toilet on their own accord successfully is to make it a fun and easy experience for both you and the child and use their motivations to inspire the child be near…
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From Bears: Hope & The Opposite Alternative

A Son-Rise Program Mom wrote me that the doctors said her son with Autism would never talk in a meaningful way, never interact with warmth, never feel or express affection or love. Today, that little boy speaks endless sentences, hugs, plays affectionately, asks great questions and is so curious about the world. Why do people…
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Group Meetings!

FROM BECKY: Every week here at The Son-Rise Program Intensive we hold a group meeting for the parents or the children with Autism that we work with. During this time, all the Child Facilitators who have been working with the child in our Son-Rise Program playroom get together with the parents and share their observations…
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The 3 E’s

From Kate Wilde: Good Morning Everyone! Click on the video below to see how you can use The Son-Rise Program technique  “The 3 E’s” to become more dynamic and compelling for your child to want to look at you. Have a great weekend using The 3 E’s with your children on The Autism Spectrum With…
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