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A key feature of autism is difficulty with social skills. This can include understanding the emotions of others and the ability to understand empathy. The best tools we currently have…

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There is no perfect solution for how we address the interactions between individuals with autism and police, or other similar emergency responders. Much of the training and understanding needs to…

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 As we find ourselves in this most unprecedented time, we as a community and nation try to determine how to come together and open the discussion. The best place to…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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