Tips for Making Homework Easier

The school year is now in full swing. The once-new backpacks may already be showing signs of distress from their daily haul …and perhaps your kids are too. Homework is a task that few (if any!) kids enjoy, and children with autism can especially have trouble with such assignments. Some children, for example, can appear…

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Creating a Great Halloween

Halloween is just a few short weeks away. As we prepare for the decorations and fun activities to come, now is the time to consider some ways you can help your child to have a happy and fun Halloween experience. PRACTICE Know the route you plan to take on Halloween and practice the walk with…

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Back To School

Getting ready for the new school year can be a hectic and exciting time. For children with autism (and their parents), all this change can feel overwhelming. Here are some suggestions for how to help ease your child’s back-to-school anxieties: Get a sneak peak Scope out the school and classroom in advance. If your child…

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Summertime Fun

Summer is well under way and along with the joy of a lighter schedule comes the challenge of navigating so many unscheduled, unpredictable, and unexpected elements of the season. Here are some helpful tips for planning your family’s summer activities that we hope will help create more fun and reduce the stress: Maintain Some Structure Try…

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Podcast: Tips from Temple Grandin

Arguably the most famous person in the autism community, Dr. Grandin has been advocating for individuals with autism for more than 30 years. In 2010, Grandin delivered the TED talk “The world needs all kinds of minds.” Grandin’s own experience with autism has informed her numerous books on the subject including My Life in Pictures…

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A Look Inside Trellis

Trellis is a unique agency that uses progressive educational and behavioral models to help teach children that learning can be a fun, playful and interactive experience. Learn more about our organization and the passion of our staff by watching the following short video. v Contact Us To Schedule a Visit

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A Look Inside Trellis

Trellis is a unique agency that uses progressive educational and behavioral models to help teach children that learning can be a fun, playful and interactive experience. Learn more about our organization and the passion of our staff by watching the following short video or read about our services.

Podcast: Coaches Power Forward with Pat Skerry

Listen to the following podcast from All Autism Talk featuring Towson basketball coach and 2015 Bull Roast keynote speaker Pat Skerry. All Autism Talk is sponsored in part by Trellis Services. This year, a total of 238 teams (15 women’s), as many as 150 officials and lots of broadcasters showed up to support Autism Awareness…

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Summer Camp @ Trellis

Did you know that you can use the Maryland Autism Waiver to attend summer camp at Trellis? Trellis’ camps offers children and adolescents with autism the opportunity to learn, socialize, and have fun in a safe nurturing environment. Staffed by our experienced autism instructors, Trellis is a great option for families during the summer months. We accept Maryland…

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