Parents can help kids develop autonomy and positive behaviors by spending time together, helping them regulate emotions and assigning tasks.
Dr. Amy Morse
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Vivian, 14, is thriving since being diagnosed with autism and receiving treatment Thompson Autism Center at CHOC.