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Becoming and practicing behavior analysis is often synonymous with a strong understanding of the technical components of behavior change procedures. Our training often emphasizes skills such as the memorization of…

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Although there are lots of general recommendations for toilet training, children with developmental delays such as autism may have particular difficulty acquiring this self-help skill. In this case, a more…

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When you are the parent of a child with a disability, after school programs and activities may seem beyond your reach. The truth is, there are many options for kids…

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You have always known how important sleep is.  You have likely heard recommendations to get 8 hours of sleep per night, along with the countless benefits getting enough sleep will…

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What are Multiple-Step Tasks? Dressing, toileting, grooming, bathing, household chores, leisure, and cooking tasks all take multiple steps to complete. Some examples include putting on a shirt, washing your face,…

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When teaching kids language skills, such as to identify objects, it helps to separate instruction into expressive and receptive. Expressive language is speaking and receptive language is understanding what others…

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