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At Graham Behavior Services it is important to us that both parents and professionals have access to the most current research in applied behavior analysis.  Here you will find a plethora of resources to help you to grow professionally or to assist you in helping your children.

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My toddler: “When are we going to Sesame Place?” “Can we go on the swing?” “Can we go somewhere?” “Mama, think about it!” You want to get your child (and maybe even yourself) out of the house, but what can you do? Everything is closed…even playgrounds. Of course there’s the usual outdoor sports and bike…

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Do you find yourself wondering why your child with autism can imitate what people say but seldom talks on their own? Mand training which uses incidental teaching along with prompt fading can teach children to say more when requesting items they want.  Why start with requests? Language is difficult for many people on the autism…

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A common behavior among children, especially toddlers, is the dreaded tantrum. The screaming, the yelling, the flopping to the floor, all because you said “No” or asked them to do something nonpreferred. Sound familiar? Many children go through a phase of rigidity and attempt to take control of their environment. As children develop, their behavior…

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“I’ll be right there!” “Mommy will play in a minute.” “I just need to do one more thing.” Sound familiar? Or maybe it’s just me? I find my own behavior is the most difficult for me to change. When starting services with a new client, some of the first things I do is start a…

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Everyone is experiencing something like never before.  Parents are home; kids are home; parents are trying to work; kids are trying to attend school; and through it all, everyone is home all together nearly 24 hours a day.  Parents and kids are both trying to do their best to occupy themselves with their free time…

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Have you exhausted all of your brilliant and creative ideas? Are you ready to transfer your children to another home instruction site? Let us help you make the most of being all together with some links to amazing FREE resources available during this uncertain time.    Remember – you are doing an awesome job being…

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While we are stuck inside, you are probably filling the role of your child’s teacher and possibly ABA therapist. Here are some tips for teaching receptive and expressive identification of objects. What is expressive and receptive language? Expressive language is speaking and receptive language is understanding others speaking. So for example, if you hold a…

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Do you find yourself wondering why your child with autism can imitate what people say but seldom talks on their own? Mand training which uses incidental teaching along with prompt fading can teach children to say more when requesting items they want.    Why start with requests? Language is difficult for many people on the…

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During this time when we are forced to stay home, let’s try to make the most of it.  This is a great opportunity to get parents involved. Providing telehealth services gives ABA practitioners the opportunity to see the client with his family from a distance. After a remote session has begun, ask the parent to…

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Are the type of prompts used when teaching skills important? Absolutely! It may not seem like a big deal. You present a prompt and the learner performs the skill correctly. So what’s the harm in that? Prompts are meant to be an instructional tool. They should be used to teach correct responding and then faded…

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Is your house currently a multiple grade level classroom, a cafeteria, a gym, an art room, a science lab, a library, a music room, an office for you, and a conference call location for your partner? We get it. This is a challenge.    In the meantime, we hope the following suggestions and resources are…

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Are you ready to transfer your kids out of your home instruction class already? Let us help you make the most of being all together with some links to amazing resources available during this uncertain time.    (Please preview prior to showing your children)  Brain Pop  NYT  Swing Education Kennedy Center  Things to Do  Behavior…

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