tantrum
tantrum

Some things are completely out of our control. For example, this whole COVID-19 social distancing thing. Everything is closed. Sure you can go to the park, but when passing by…

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laughing hug

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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police

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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diversity
diversity

 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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Canva Photo of Boys Sitting on Floor scaled
Canva Photo of Boys Sitting on Floor scaled

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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arwan sutanto Q LiPtuYv1Y unsplash 2

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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kyle nieber lmihzUoKxhQ unsplash 1

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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Screen Shot 2020 03 19 at 3.36.56 PM

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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