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How #ABA Took Fun Off the (Little) Table

One idea behind many ABA/Discrete Trial type programs is repetition and practice. The more opportunities, the more progress. That’s how we got to 40-hour per week programs for three-year-olds. Yeah, that is crazy, it’s not just you—and it doesn’t have to be this way. My oldest child was around two when I started to see …

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Diagnosis Delayed (feat. Dr. Jeff Selman) S4E4

My guest today is Dr. Jeff Selman. He’s VP of Clinical Services over at First Children Services. He’s here to talk about how COVID is creating additional delays in kids getting evaluated for autism. This is a huge problem because we know that early intervention is absolutely vital for kids with autism and delays interfere …

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A Break Down of Autism Behavioural Analysis (ABA) Therapy For Parents

ABA therapy is extremely essential to understand for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ADS) and their parents alike. Along with their therapist, your child will also require your constant encouragement and assistance throughout this process. Social skills are learned and improved with help of parent’s involvement and support.  Let’s find out how.  Why Is Behaviour …

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How @ThreadLearning is dramatically improving communication between #Autism parents and support professionals

Thread is a new way for #Autism parents to communicate with their support professionals and it’s pretty awesome.