ASD (autism spectrum disorder) is a neurodevelopmental condition that affects a child’s development. Autism starts in the womb, although children with ASD may not be identified until they are in preschool or even elementary school (or older) when symptoms of the disease become more apparent. Children with ASD have a mix of two types of… Continue reading A Parents Guide Navigating Through the Journey of Autism
In honor of National Autism Month, we wanted to share with you some excellent resources to help you. Parenting a child with autism during ‘regular’ times takes a lot of resources, but with everything going on in the world today, it’s even more imperative that you have the resources for you and your child to… Continue reading National Autism Month
Trick-or- treat! The holiday season is upon us and that starts with Halloween! For parents with children on the spectrum the idea of dressing their child up and going out trick-or-treating may feel a bit stressful. That is okay, because we are here to put your worries at ease and help you and your child… Continue reading 5 Halloween Tips for Children on the Spectrum
Every day is a new day when raising autism. You never know what it may bring. New words, new movements, new emotions, new sounds, challenges, accomplishments, but most of all love and laughter with you. After 32 years, you never have to question anything. You just grow with the flow. Meet Our Founder, Syrenthia Farris… Continue reading April is Autism Awareness Month
“Every caregiver deserves self-care.” –Syrenthia Farris, CEO, and Founder of POCWASN Parents of Children with All Special Needs is a Non-Profit Organization-501(c)3 (www.pocwasn.org) who provides self-care services to help rejuvenate the mind, body, and soul of the families and caregivers who care for people with all special needs. POCWASN is focused on helping improve the… Continue reading Who is POCWASN?