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  • Safely Meeting Pets & Service Animals

    March 07, 2023

    For many families, pets provide an added element of support and companionship. Teaching your child to be safe around animals and to be respectful of pets can help reinforce developing social skills, and there are even service animals trained to assist with tasks based on the needs of an individual.

  • Addressing Deficits in Communication & Social Skills

    February 08, 2023

    Communication and social skills can be a measure of your child’s developmental progress. If you start to notice your child presenting skills deficits in these areas, it may be time to discuss your observations with your child’s pediatrician.

  • Learning Tools for Parents of Children with Autism

    January 31, 2023

    Parents of children with Autism and related diagnoses often have to invest more effort into their child’s development and treatment than parents of typically developing children, but there is extra help available online. With access to these online tools, parents can find resources that directly address their child’s needs.

  • Regressions in Children with Autism

    January 05, 2023

    Autism Spectrum Disorder affects different people in different ways. This includes the rate of achievement for developmental milestones and the likelihood of an individual with Autism experiencing some form of regression.

  • Maintaining Good Communication Between Parents and the ABA Team

    December 20, 2022

    Parents of children with Autism and related disabilities already know there are times when they must be an advocate for their child. A child receiving ABA services also benefits from parental involvement, as parents are an integral part of the ABA team.

  • Preparing for Emergency Situations for Children with Autism and related diagnoses

    December 13, 2022

    The holiday season is upon us, and with so much going on, it is important to practice good safety awareness. Accidents can happen at any time, but you can keep your family prepared with planning and practice.

  • Navigating the Holiday Season when you have a loved one with Autism

    November 24, 2022

    The holidays are filled with sensory stimuli and challenging social situations, but children diagnosed with Autism can still be included while staying happy, healthy and safe this holiday season.

  • Outcomes of IBHS

    November 16, 2022

    Intensive Behavioral Health Services (IBHS) help children up until the age of twenty-one with services at home, in school or out in the community. Children with Autism and related developmental disabilities are provided individualized treatment based on observed needs and analysis of scientifically based practices.

  • Halloween & Trick-or-Treating

    October 25, 2022

    While many children are getting costumes ready and mapping their trick-or-treat routes in anticipation of Halloween, not everyone shares the same excitement. Children diagnosed with Autism and other related disabilities often struggle with certain aspects of Halloween, but with the right support and planning, it can be an enjoyable experience for everyone.

  • Benefits of Creating Healthy Sleep Habits

    October 07, 2022

    Healthy sleep habits or good sleep hygiene are essential for maximizing the time you spend awake each day. Sleep disorders are common, especially in children with Autism, but there are so many factors that affect each individual’s sleep.