Autism Awareness Day!

April 2nd marks Autism Awareness Day, a time to reflect on and celebrate the unique strengths, challenges, and perspectives of individuals on the autism spectrum. As we raise awareness and promote acceptance, let’s take a closer look at the importance of embracing neurodiversity and creating inclusive communities. Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a complex developmental […]

Embracing World Behavior Analysis Day: Empowering Positive Change

Every March 20th, the global community comes together to celebrate World Behavior Analysis Day, honoring the transformative impact of behavior analysis on individuals, families, and communities worldwide. As we commemorate this special day, let’s reflect on the profound contributions of behavior analysis and its role in empowering positive change. Behavior analysis is a scientific discipline […]

The Impact of Neurodiversity

      What is Neurodiversity and why is it important? Let’s talk about Neurodiversity as a word, movement and practice in society! When we discuss Neurodiversity alone, we are discussing the diversity of all people. Today, we associate Neurodiversity with those who have been diagnosed with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) or other developmental or […]

Navigating the Winter Season!

  Welcome! Today, we will discuss some coping skills and tips for all the sensory challenges that come with winter time! Follow along as we begin with the concept of winter, all the way to navigating winter and holiday activities.    Challenge: Concept of Weather!    Some children, teens and adults with ASD have difficulty […]

Preparing for the Holidays

The holidays are a crazy time for families all over! Having a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) can make for some extra planning around this time. We want to make sure you have the tools for a successful holiday season for your family! Starting Early! Slow and steady wins the race, schedule and changes […]

Functions of Behavior in ABA

Often times when the doctor says a child has Autism, parents may feel an array of emotions, from being overwhelmed to being concerned about the potential hardships their child may face in life. While it’s normal to feel apprehension or fear in situations that are new, it should be noted that having Autism does not […]