Any Baby Can is here to help. Alongside parent training classes, additional resources such as toilet training and informational classes are available to families raising an individual with autism. If you would like more information about any of these services below please to contact us!

Safety Training

Parents and caregivers of children with autism are invited to this class to learn important information of safety in their home and community. Parents receive a valuable Toolbox filled with information and visual supports.

Toilet Training and Personal Hygiene

Toileting skills are a critical life skill for every child on the Autism spectrum. It removes barriers in the community for both the child and the family. It reduces the financial burden for the family and it helps develop independent functioning. When a child is toilet trained there are increased opportunities for interaction with their peers in a wider range of activities in which they may participate

The toilet training class teaches parents strategies to develop and implement a toilet training program for their child.

Personal Hygiene is another critical life skill. The Autism Services program offers training sessions for families raising older children with autism on how to develop and teach hygiene skills such as bathing, showering, shaving, etc.

One-on-one follow up training is offered to parents that need additional support.

The Birthday Social

During many counseling sessions provided by our Autism Services Program, parents expressed their sadness regarding their child with autism never being invited to attend birthday parties from their school or neighborhood peers. Parents also expressed that their child had no friends to invite to their own birthday party.

Because every child should have a birthday celebration with their peers, Any Baby Can’s Autism Services program holds quarterly birthday parties for our families that are currently enrolled in the Autism Services program.

Families leave with a list of those in attendance to invite to their child’s birthday party the following year.

Visual Supports

Free visual supports to teach and support your child’s behaviors. Just click to download and print!

Good vs Bad
Time to exercise
Home schedule cards
Stop Sign
Emergency alert sign
– My child has autism cards (English and Spanish)
Sensory Map
Breathing Strategy
Calming Choices

San Antonio Aquarium Social Narrative

Help prepare your child for a visit to the San Antonio Aquarium with this social narrative including visual supports.

Social Story

Contact us for other individualized visual supports.