"I believe that it is important to find the beautiful. Recognize that there is bad, there is ugly, there is disrespect, there is ignorance and there are meltdowns. Those things are inevitable. But there is also good." - Erin McKinney
Autism Awareness Month

Sensory activities benefit all children but can be especially useful for children with Autism. We’ve put together a few simple activities you can incorporate into your home or classroom! (4-minute read)

Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) may experience trauma, stress, or big life events in a unique way. Learn more about adaptive play and art therapy for ASD. (6-minute read)
More Resources for You This Month
  • Did you catch our Caregiver Community Discussion about Re-Opening with Dr. Danny Avula and other community leaders? You can watch it here!

  • Mental Health Director, John Richardson-Lauve, LCSW, explains how to build a healthy foundation for self-care with the five pillars of resilience (2-minute video).

  • Check out this staff-curated list of 25 anti-racism resources for children and adults (6-minute read).

  • Popular Post: 7 Podcast Episodes to Help You Stay Trauma-Informed (5-minute read)

Upcoming Training Opportunities
Thursday, April 29 | 8:00 PM EST

Learn how to help your children/students process big changes like school re-opening ending and re-adapting after COVID-19.

Thursday, May 6 | 8:00 PM EST

We can use uncertainty to grow throughout the biggest moments of our lives, and we can teach children how to do the same!

Thursday, May 13 | 8:00 PM EST

Life can be extremely stressful, but we can be role models through it so that our kids and students can thrive.

These Caregiver Sessions and Community Discussions are sponsored by:
We're Hiring!

Looking to join our team or know someone who may be interested? Browse our open positions and apply through our website!
ChildSavers in The News