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Trumpet’s Gift Giving Guidelines

The holiday season is upon us, and with it comes the sentiment of gift-giving. During this time of the year, we like to remind families of our company policy on giving and receiving gifts.

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Tips for Thanksgiving Day

The holidays represent an extreme departure from the norm, and Thanksgiving is no exception. Between the hubbub of family, seemingly limitless amounts of food, and a meal served much earlier than the typical dinner,

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Advice for Caregivers

Whether you’re a parent, a friend, a family member, or some other kind of caregiver, you know that caring for a child with autism can be exhausting. With the holidays around the corner and the added pressure of holiday travel,

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Make Halloween Safe, Not Spooky!

For most kids, October is all about Halloween – from the costumes and decorations to scary movies and candy, the holiday is considered a favorite by many. But for kids with autism,

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From Hallways to Home: Communicating with your Child’s Teacher

Strong communication between you and your child’s teacher can have a positive outcome on your child’s success both in and out of school. By partnering with their teacher, you can work together to implement strategies to build on your child’s strengths and address their more challenging behaviors.

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Supporting Siblings of Children with Autism

Siblings of children with autism require additional support and education around their brother or sister’s diagnosis to help avoid emotions like jealousy, anxiety, embarrassment, loss, or loneliness. In fact, research has shown that with the right education and coping strategies,

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Preparing Kids with Autism to go Back to School

A new school year brings excitement, nervousness, and above all, change. For children with autism, the uncertainty of the upcoming year can be particularly difficult. To help your child start off the year on the right foot,

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Improving Functional Communication Skills

We express our most basic desires, like our needs, wants, feelings and preferences daily using Functional Communication Skills1. Children with autism can have trouble communicating, and may express themselves through challenging behavior.

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