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Michelle VanderHeide
Autism Specialist

Premium Author Michelle VanderHeide

Caledonia, MI, USA

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Michelle VanderHeide is an autism specialist with the Horizons Developmental Remediation Center. She holds the prestigious title of Relationship Development Intervention (RDI) ® Program Certified Consultant. With a background in social work, in-home supports, and family-based therapy, Michelle is a highly sought-after consultant for families throughout the United States and abroad.


ARTICLES BY MICHELLE VANDERHEIDE


There are many ways in which to raise a child to be responsible and respectable.  If you allow yourself as a parent to remain calm, determine consequences, offer choices, and remain consistent then yo...
A lot of foundational milestones are met along the neurotypical pathway of development.  There is a lot of growth and changing a child does during their first year of life.  It is difficult if some of...
As children develop they become more adventurous and challenging.  They want more new things in their lives.  For children who are not developing neurotypically this can be overwhelming for them and t...
Curiosity is developed early in life that allows discoveries to be made.  By exploring the different environments around us we find many different things.  If a child doesn’t make discoveries or doesn...
Having regular interactions with your child is important.  A co-regulatory pattern is a nice way to set up interactions when they are young as it builds up responses from them.  This is a nice foundat...
Allowing your child to build a sense of competence in the early years will help them succeed.  Also, by allowing your child to fail allows them to learn the things they need to learn as an infant.  He...
What toys do kids really enjoy these days – besides video games? Here’s a top 10 list of favorite toys that are both fun and educational.
Do you know what’s happening in the mind of a 6 month old?  You can tell a lot by an infant’s expressions and actions. If you’re concerned that your 6 month old isn’t developing at a normal pace, here...
What behavior is normal at 5 months? Here are some skills you can expect to see in a healthy baby.
What skills and responses can you expect to see in your infant at 4 months old? Here are some developmental milestones to watch for.
At 3 months, infants show signs that they are developing both physically and relationally. What are the signs?
Children don’t always develop at a steady pace. They may make great strides and then slip back a few paces. Understanding the process can help.
Recognizing the milestones of infant development can help with early diagnosis and treatment of developmental disabilities.
All those “simple” tasks we perform each day were difficult when we were children.  Help your child build competence by watching for signs of stress and following these guidelines.
Like a tourist in a foreign country, a child with autism needs someone who is willing to be a guide, not just a teacher. Here are some tips for learning how to guide your child by following the acro...








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