Families are experiencing an unprecedented interruption in educational and therapeutic services for children with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental delays.
Teachers and therapists, of course, have the training and resources but most parents do not. In addition, many parents are trying to work remotely from home, taking care of other children or family members in their household, and managing the chaos of day-to-day life at home.
This can be an overwhelming undertaking. So for parents of children with autism and other behavioral conditions, it may feel impossible to keep up the intensity required to follow a specialized educational or therapeutic program.Read more on psychologytoday.com