No, I don't mean my son, he's only 6. I mean my husband. And by alone, I meant without me, he did have the kids. All five of them.
Oh, the things we take for granted! I was supervising in the classroom when I overheard this simple exchange between Judy, an ABA therapist, and Olivia, a 6-year-old with
Looking for an ABA program for your child can be extremely overwhelming. This workshop will help you know what to look for when choosing an appropriate placement for your
Help teach your child to become more independent. Learn how to use visual supports and reinforcer systems to learn skills and encourage positive behaviors.
The Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) is the contract between the school district and the special education student and the road map to what your child will learn, when, and
Community outings with children can be hard for parents and child alike. This workshop will take you from the pre-planning stages of a trip to the store, to trying
Social skills are some of the most difficult skills for our children with autism to learn. This workshop provides tools to parents of toddlers through preteens to help them