ABA During Church Service

And Why It Takes A Village… Is it really true?  Can this be done? Oh sure!  Most families with young children or older children have a bag of tricks in their bags, purses when times get tough.  This morning we packed our usual noncrunchy snacks, backpacks of little trinkets, and even got to church a…

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Social Skills and the Things We Do to Thwart their Progress in Therapy

I love social skills. I appreciate teaching social communication and seeing brain sparks fly in the twinkling of eyes of little and big people alike…when they get that they don’t have to so polite. There are some things we do when we work on social skills as therapists that further hinder our client’s ability to…

Let’s move away from these words.

#BeDifferent #EmpowerFamilies Here is a news flash.  Words matter. A few weeks ago, I was at the healthclub using the childcare to take care of some paperwork.  I overheard two women discussing autism.  My first thought…this word is either increasing in social significance for everyone OR it’s following me. Well more people joined the conversation,…

See with Your Heart. Listen with your Eyes.

Building Your Parent-Que and Parent Resiliency Yesterday I spoke with a good friend who applauded my efforts and follow-through when my child explained a unfortunate (and sadly repeated incident) that happened to him at his preschool.  While I am still “soft” when it comes to remembering and pulling together different resources to support my child…