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Detecting Early Signs of Autism

What are early warning signs parents should be looking for? Detecting early signs of Autism is not a checklist of boxes. It is not one size fits all. Each family and child are ...
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What You Need to Know About Having Multiple Relationships in ABA

Your child's therapist is a VIP! Your child’s therapist is a VIP! Your child’s ABA Therapist or Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) can be a very important person in the life ...
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Fun Family Valentine's Day Ideas for Children with Autism

When you think about Valentine's Day when you were a child, what do you think of? Maybe you think of making Valentine's and eating sweets come to mind. Spreading the "love" ...
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Sleep Disturbances in children with ASD

Approximately 52-82% of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) experience sleep disturbances. Theses sleep disturbances include bedtime resistances, sleep onset delay, ...
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Strategies to Implement Replacement Behaviors for your Child with Autism

Many children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) often have obsessions, routines, or rituals. Some individuals engage in all of these behaviors, while some ...
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Applied Behavior Analysis Program Options During COVID-19

While COVID-19 has been the topic of everyday conversations for several months, applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy providers have been working around the clock to provide ...
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Creating a Practical Bedtime Routine for Your Child with Autism

The quality of sleep you receive every night effects your cognition, behavior, and satisfaction of life. Lack of quality sleep can be detrimental for adolescents and adults. ...
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How to Make Waiting Easier for Children with Autism

Waiting is difficult for many adults. Whether it is waiting for food to be served, waiting to be called into the doctor’s office, or waiting in a long line of traffic, few ...
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Increasing Communication Through Functional Communication Training 

Increasing Communication Through Functional Communication Training  Children with autism spectrum disorder may struggle with communication. They may have no way to communicate ...
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