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At the heart of what we do is an unwavering belief that growth is possible in the life of individuals with autism. This foundational belief comes from the latest autism research and our experience with thousands of cases where the child’s growth-seeking drive has been activated, making a way for the crucial parent-child Guiding Relationship to form and for Dynamic Intelligence to develop.
 
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A lot of people think there's this continuum of dynamic on one end and static on the other, where you got this opposite... That sort of the opposite of static, and it's not at all. On the one end, you've got static, but on the other end you've got chaotic or random. And that's what systems theories tell us, and there are two very important ways in …
 
For some reason, the necessary MindGuiding Relationship that typically forms between parent and child during the first year of life doesn't happen with autistic individuals--but with RDI®, it is possible to re-establish this relationship and nurture the growth mindset in your child. The post Why RDI and What is It?: Part II first appeared on RDIcon…
 
In the general population, there's a spectrum of people. Not everybody is going to be a college professor, and some people are going to have jobs as an assistant at Starbucks, and other people are going to have jobs as engineers. And so when I see someone who has a job as a greeter at Starbucks and has autism and has a girlfriend, I see that as an …
 
My advice to RDI® parents is to make sure you and your consultant are asking, "How does everybody get on the same page and how do you come together as a family?" Not an autism family, but how do you come together as a family? The post Autism and Marriage for Parents first appeared on RDIconnect.RDIconnect
 
As children with autism grow up and inch closer to adulthood, there are sometimes lingering concerns--What if we didn’t do enough? What if we went in the wrong direction? What if independence isn’t possible?--but growth is possible into adulthood. The post Teens, Adults & Autism first appeared on RDIconnect.…
 
RDI® focuses on well-being in children with Autism, rather than assessments and measurements, giving them independence and true quality of life. The post The Heart of RDI®: Your Child & Well Being Part II first appeared on RDIconnect.RDIconnect
 
When we have high expectations for our children with autism it makes a huge difference. Believing in our kids will help them believe in themselves! The post Presuming Competence in Your Children with Autism first appeared on RDIconnect.RDIconnect
 
I believe that if we can balance the seriousness of the diagnosis with hope the extended family can become a wonderful support for the parents, but they have to understand what autism really means. The post Helping Our Families Understand Autism first appeared on RDIconnect.RDIconnect
 
Welcome back to ASD: A New Perspective, the podcast show where we help you understand what is going on in the mind of your child, and we do encourage you that growth for your child is possible. I'm Kat Lee, and in this podcast, Dr. Gutstein continues his conversation with us about adapting and reminds us that it is so important for both parents and…
 
How do we help our children learn how to change when things aren't working for them? Welcome to ASD: A New Perspective, RDIconnect's own podcast show! In this month's episode, Dr. Gutstein talks to us about the importance of adapting and how to help our kids with autism embrace change. The post RDI and Adapting: Changing When Things Aren’t Working …
 
Children with autism have a desire for everything to stay the same, but what if you could help your kids embrace and even look forward to change? The post Just Noticeable Differences: A Key to Independence first appeared on RDIconnect.RDIconnect
 
Do you have dreams for your child with autism? Dr. Rachelle Sheely talks about how we should never limit the dreams we have for our kids, autism or not, and how to help put them on a path to independence from a young age. The post Transitioning into Adulthood: Part 1 first appeared on RDIconnect.RDIconnect
 
What we find is that through that more deliberative process of bookmarking, reviewing, constructing, saving, organizing...we also strengthen that encouragement to intuitively recognize something when we see it. The post Learning from Experience first appeared on RDIconnect.RDIconnect
 
In RDI, we really believe in parents and we also believe that there is a developmental structure inherent in the way children are raised worldwide. And that just because that's difficult for parents who have a child on the spectrum, it doesn't mean it's impossible. The post Do You Feel Left Out of Your Child’s Therapy? first appeared on RDIconnect.…
 
This idea of independence is one that we sometimes skirt because we get caught up in the daily routine of the things that we're teaching or the things that we're doing, or I think we get caught up in avoiding it because we worry about it so much. We're afraid to face it. The post The Road to Independence first appeared on RDIconnect.…
 
One of the critical roles of being a parent is to be a mind guide. We know that. And if you have a child with autism, you can't do it until we help you to develop this and to help the child activate that growth, so you can begin to feel comfortable with it to start orienting more. The post Why Dynamic Intelligence Part 2 first appeared on RDIconnec…
 
One of the things at the Pan African Congress For Autism that impressed me and really didn't surprise me was that parents and professionals alike had the same concern when they were thinking about the individuals that they deal with who were on the spectrum and their families. The post RDI®: Hope Around the World first appeared on RDIconnect.…
 
I think the important thing for anybody who is either giving the diagnosis or working with a newly diagnosed family is to help parents know that there's a beginning point, and that that beginning point is almost always the same The post Your Family & Autism first appeared on RDIconnect.RDIconnect
 
We need to teach children to reflect and you know, that's so much a part of our program to be able to bookmark something, maybe something that doesn't work or maybe something that does work. We have a whole lot of work on that. The post Theory of Mind: Part 2 first appeared on RDIconnect.RDIconnect
 
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Because your role has become the role of a compensator and not a guide, you start compensating for more and more things and sometimes children grow past the need for compensation. The post Overcompensating for our Children first appeared on RDIconnect.RDIconnect
 
I haven't found one paper written, and I've read everything, that talks about the potential for remediation of these areas: of neural remediation, of psychosocial remediation. Not one. It's all about can we teach people other ways of functioning, or just neglecting it completely and not even thinking about it. The post Remediation first appeared on…
 
They doubt their own inside voice and they doubt their own competence. They don't doubt their competence with their other children, but autism is a wedge, it's like a wedge with glue, and it drives families apart. The post Time To Fly: Trusting Your Instincts with Your Child first appeared on RDIconnect.…
 
What I liked about the conversation was that these six things show a self-reflection, they show the hard work he's done, they actually kind of document the guiding relationship he had with his parents. The post HOPE: A Case Study first appeared on RDIconnect.RDIconnect
 
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