On The BI Blog
What is Autistic Burnout? How Can It Be Prevented?
Autistic burnout can affect many people with autism. In this blog, we explore what autistic burnout is and strategies to prevent it.
Why Are More Boys Diagnosed with Autism than Girls?
Boys are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder more often than girls. Click to learn more about autism diagnoses in boys versus girls.
Cultivating Inclusion: A Guide to Effective Communication in Culturally Inclusive Behavioral Services
Learn how to foster culturally inclusive behavioral services through effective communication, self-assessment, and awareness activities. Our comprehensive guide covers everything from cultural competency to the Wheel of Power/Privilege.
A Comprehensive Guide to ABA Therapy Techniques: Unlocking the Potential of Applied Behavior Analysis
In this blog, we explore our complete guide to ABA therapy techniques. From positive reinforcement to parent-implemented interventions, learn how these methods make a difference in applied behavior analysis.
Parent Training in ABA: Why Parent Involvement is Critical for Success
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy is an evidence-based treatment that focuses on increasing appropriate behaviors and decreasing and/or replacing inappropriate behaviors.
Beneficial/Therapeutic Activities for Parents Who Have a Child with Autism to Incorporate at Home
It's important to keep up with at-home activities for your kid with autism. Keep reading to learn more about how to incorporate these activities at home.
Priming in ABA Therapy: A Guide to Seamless Transitions
Priming in ABA therapy can be a helpful tool for your child with autism. In this blog, we discuss how priming in ABA therapy can help your child with transitions.
Behavioral Innovations named as one of the fastest-growing private companies nationwide by Inc.5000.
Behavioral Innovations, a leading ABA therapy provider, is thrilled to announce that it has been named as one of the fastest-growing private companies nationwide by Inc.5000.
Building School Readiness While on Summer Vacation: How to Prevent Regression of Skills
Summer is a typical time for kids with autism to show a decline in academics, also known as the summer slide. Click to learn tips on how to prevent the summer slide.
A Dental Visit Guide for Parents of Children with Autism
Maintaining dental health can be challenging for kids with autism. In this blog, we discuss our recommendations for going to the dentist, teeth brushing, visual schedules, and more.
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