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What You Can Expect During Parent Training

When it comes to supporting positive behavioral changes in children, consistency is key. But, where do you start? The good news is that parent training can equip you with the skills and strategies you need to help your child excel and thrive.

Jun 21st, 2021
Is It Necessary For My Child To Get Speech Therapy?

No two children are exactly alike. That’s just one of the things that makes them so special. However, it’s also what can make it difficult to know if they need extra help. Read on to learn the signs that may indicate they need speech therapy.

May 5th, 2021
What a Behavioral Assessment for Your Child Can Determine

Are you considering a behavioral assessment for your child? The process can feel overwhelming, but it’s designed to identify their strengths and weaknesses in multiple areas — and the results can help them thrive, even if they have challenges.

Mar 4th, 2021
Do Sensory Processing Issues Get Better Over Time?

When a child has a sensory processing issue, it can be difficult for them to manage and process the information they get through touch, smell, taste, sight, and sound. Read on to learn the signs of this condition and what can be done about it.

Feb 7th, 2021
Potty Training Tips for Busy Parents

It probably goes without saying that toilet training is never easy. However, it can require even more patience if a child has a behavioral or developmental disorder. Read on to learn some tips that can help you work with your child.

Jan 5th, 2021
Hope and Help When You Have OCD

Obsessive-compulsive disorder can appear on its own or along with other behavioral and developmental disorders, such as autism. Fortunately, ABA therapy can reduce the severity of these symptoms. Keep reading to learn how.

Dec 16th, 2020
How to Talk to Your Children About Their Bodies

Talking about our bodies can feel awkward at any age. However, starting these conversations at a young age can be beneficial, especially if your child has a behavioral or developmental disorder. These tips can help you get started.

Nov 3rd, 2020
Recognizing the Early Signs of a Language Delay

Trying to determine what’s “normal” and what could be a cause for concern can be tricky in young children, especially when it comes to language skills. Fortunately, there are certain clues you can use as a guide.

Oct 5th, 2020
How Your Child Can Benefit From a School Advocate

It can be stressful and intimidating trying to manage your child’s needs in educational settings, especially if they have autism or other behavioral or developmental disorders. But partnering with a school advocate can help. Read on to learn more.

Aug 16th, 2020
Does My Child Need Speech Therapy?

There may be general milestones to mark a child’s development, but kids progress at different rates, even when perfectly healthy. So how do you know if your child has a speech disorder, or if there’s a cause for concern? Keep reading to learn more.

Jun 18th, 2020
Sleep and OCD

Does your child have a time-consuming bedtime ritual? Are they unable to sleep in their own bed because of their fears? While sleep problems aren’t a core symptom of OCD, they can be a common issue. Keep reading to learn more.

May 22nd, 2020
Lesser Known Signs of Autism Spectrum Disorder

You may know that common signs of autism spectrum disorder include not making eye contact and challenging social interactions. But did you know there are less obvious indicators, too? Keep reading to learn more.

Apr 30th, 2020
How Best to Enforce Appropriate Touching during Play

Toddlers hitting each other is a natural occurrence; they don’t have the language skills to communicate their needs. However, you will need to introduce your child to other ways to communicate to encourage more appropriate personal and social development.

Jan 16th, 2020
What Parents Need to Know About ESDM Therapy

If your child has recently been diagnosed with Autism, you have probably begun the process of researching different therapeutic methods that will have long term benefits for their development.

Dec 18th, 2019
Play Therapy for Children with Autism

ABA therapy provides our therapists with a variety of different tools and teaching techniques in order to properly assist your child’s development.

May 31st, 2019
Is ABA Therapy Safe for Children?

When considering something new for your child, safety is always one of the first things a parent needs to be assured of. This is especially true of beginning new therapies. ABA therapy has somewhat of a long history, so it’s no surprise that some people mi

May 25th, 2019
Does ABA Therapy Really Work?

After your child was diagnosed with autism, chances are you started immediately looking for answers on how to help.

May 17th, 2019
Introducing In-Home ABA Therapy

ABA therapy is dialed in and individualized, catering to what your child’s specific needs are to promote behavior and social development.

Apr 26th, 2019
Effective ABA Strategies for Parents

If you read our blog about ABA Techniques and Teaching Methods, or if you have done some outside research on the basics of ABA teaching, you probably have some foundational knowledge of the different teaching methods associated with ABA.

Apr 18th, 2019
ABA Techniques and Teaching Methods

Your child has just been diagnosed and you’ve gotten recommendations to seek ABA therapy providers. Naturally, you will probably begin to do some research into what ABA therapy is and how it works.

Feb 26th, 2019
When and Why Should Children Play Sports

All parents know that as the times change, the suggestions for what is best for children change as well – car seat safety, medicine, discipline – one thing that has always remained true, though, is that children benefit from physical activity and sports.

Feb 19th, 2019
Tips for Traveling with Children

Traveling can be tough. Traveling with children is a whole other story. If you’ve ever been stuck in the car with a bored child, you can probably vouch for that.

Feb 6th, 2019