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Child With Autism Not Bonding With A Baby Sibling? Here’s How To Address It

Does your child on the spectrum have a new baby brother or sister, but just doesn’t seem to be displaying those feelings you would have hoped to see? In this helpful article, I get to the heart of your child’s challenges to adapt to the new role of ‘big brother/sister.’ You’ll get an eye-opening perspective on:

  • Helping your child with autism welcome the baby home from the hospital.

  • Giving your child special duties to help mom, dad, and baby.

  • Your child’s verbal and non-verbal communication with his or her new baby sibling.

If you need a new approach to get your child with autism becoming more affectionate in a spontaneous manner, read these suggestions and put them to use right away. Remember to share with other families who can benefit, too! GO TO THE ARTICLE »

Are you eager to help your child communicate better but not sure where to begin?

Hi! I'm Karen Kabaki-Sisto, an autism communication expert for over 20 years.

If your child with autism talks, he or she likely has difficulties understanding and expressing words, gestures, and feelings. I created this user-friendly tool to turn your observations into real insights about:







Upon completion, you'll instantly receive a detailed report of your child's current communication strengths and weaknesses. Over time, you can make new assessments (as often as you'd like) to monitor her or his progress.


Easy-to-follow and so necessary! 

What you will learn...

By submitting your E-mail, you'll receive a link to my FREE Communication Assessment Tool and ideas for overcoming communication challenges your verbal child with autism may be experiencing. I'll also send my personal E-mail address to connect with me directly about your concerns!  ~Karen :)

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