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Light It Up Blue with Including Kids for Autism Awareness Month

THE COLOR(S) OF AUTISM LIGHT IT UP BLUE, AND RED, AND YELLOW April is National/World Autism Awareness Month. Many organizations and individuals alike celebrate this month with activities dedicated to assisting persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)(s). Many...

Top 5 Fidget Toys to Keep Focus in the New Year

How many times have you been sitting at work and your mind wanders off, and you lose focus? Or you are on a conference call and find yourself thinking about your grocery list or doodling on the page in front of you instead of taking copious notes? When a child has...

What’s Your Autism Voice Houston?

It is part of the mission of Including Kids to raise our Autism Voice Houston and educate the neuro-typical community about individuals with autism—how to work with them, how to make progress, how to interact, how to employ, how to befriend, and how to include...

Inspiration in Disability – A True Story

With no actual ability to express how incredible *Sam’s journey has been, know this; he is a true inspiration of what is possible when opportunities–however difficult–are sought out and cultivated, then supported in a way that his very real talents were identified,...

Including Kids Giving Campaign

Including Kids, a non-profit organization that works with kids and young adults with autism and other developmental delays, invites all to participate in the Giving Tuesday campaign on Tuesday, November 29, 2016. This social media inspired campaign, is in it’s fifth...

How To Teach Your Child To Handle Negative Emotions

Everybody smile and pretend like you’re having a good day! How many times has this been said before a family picture, reunion, or even said as a quick reminder before running into a doctor’s office with kids and teenagers in tow? We want everyone to see the positive...

Socially Acceptable: Teaching Kids To Tell Jokes

What do you call a cow with no legs?? Ground beef! It’s funny, right? Well maybe it isn’t hysterical to you, but humor is a major part of childhood development. In typical development, the type of jokes a child tells or laughs at can tell you where they are...