Working and Interacting with People on the Spectrum

Approximately 12.3% of people served/employed at Didlake are on the autism spectrum. They are employees, consumers of employment services, and consumers of our day support and community inclusion programs. As the number of individuals on the autism spectrum exiting high school continues to grow, the need for the services and employment opportunities Didlake provides will […]

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Understanding and Managing Stress

Stress is part of life Stress is a naturally occurring physical reaction and it is a part of everyday life. We all experience it from time to time. Not all stress is bad. Individuals vary in the way they experience, react to and cope with stress. Individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other disabilities may […]

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month

People in the United States have recognized Mental Health Awareness Month in May since 1949 to raise awareness about mental health. During Mental Health Awareness Month, consider that healthy means not only being physically healthy, but mentally healthy. Understand the warning signs and symptoms and where to turn for help.

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What is Autism?

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a complex neurodevelopment disorder that affects the way the brain functions. The autism spectrum is broad and varied and no two people are alike. Each person has their own strengths and abilities that everyone should celebrate.

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How to Choose a Quality Day Support Program

Change is hard. Making a change in your life from what you are currently doing and trying something new can be challenging. When you reach a transition, it can be stressful, challenging, scary, and sometimes overwhelming. To help ease the stress of transitioning, we’ve provided some questions for you to consider when you tour a Day Support Program.

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