Changing the Face of ABA

It’s scary setting out on your own, but know what is scarier? Continuing to work for an agency that you don’t believe in.

I was brought into the world of ABA by Momentum’s founder and partner, Landria Green. She and I met back in 2014 shortly after both of us found ourselves re-located to Michigan, separately. Together, we found that we shared vision.

Advertisements

10 Lessons from Cars 3 for ABA Therapy

What Cars 3 Teaches Families about Beginning (again) with ABA Therapy I have watched Cars 1, Cars 2, Cars 3 more times than I will admit.  It’s a thing in my house right now.  Yesterday, I saw my five year old meditating with the mantra from the movie “I am Speed.  I eat losers for…

The Honey Effect

The Untapped Power of the Parent in ABA I remember when my son was younger, I carried around his all time favorite treat in my purse.  Before unpacking him from his car seat, I’d show him the treat and talk about what I needed “Walking Next To Mommy; Listening the first time when mommy gives…

The Magic is not in Play. It’s in the Teaching.

Why Teaching Play is important at all levels Yesterday after presents were opened, I watched my daughter look at her play kitchen and happily place and stack items in different compartments.  This was her basic play interaction and fascination with a new toy.  But, as I watched, I realized (again) that play is not magical. …

Preparing Children before Harm Happens.

It’s true.     Harm.     It’s tough.   It leaves you raw and helpless.   Bullying.  Friendship Challenges.  It’s all heart wrenching.  And let’s not talk about the harm of physical and sexual inappropriateness…it’s all too much. We have conversations with our kids about stranger danger adults or not letting an adult touch them inappropriately…but we miss…