Potty Training Tips
Potty training can be a daunting task. It can be especially hard for families to potty train kids on the autism spectrum.
Transitioning Back to School During the Pandemic: Considerations for Children on the Spectrum
Here we talk about several considerations for children on the spectrum during this transition.
Autism in the Arts
Movie review - Spectrum: A Story of the Mind
Activities by Age to Encourage Independent Play
Here are a few suggested activities to get started on helping your child develop this important skill.
Telehealth Success Story - Chelsea Vale
Chelsea Vale, Clinical Director at Behavioral Innovations, talks about the value of telehealth therapy sessions.
Frequently Used ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) Terms
This guide defines common ABA terms that may be unfamiliar to people starting their journey.
5 Common Myths and Misconceptions About ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) Therapy
How does ABA really reinforce behavior? How long has ABA therapy been used? This article clears up common misunderstandings around ABA therapy.
ABA Research Backed By Evidence
Two weeks ago, I got to have my favorite type of conversation with one of my client’s parents. I scheduled them for a parent meeting and got to tell them, “Your son doesn’t need us anymore.”
The Importance of Parent Training in ABA Therapy
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy is an evidence-based treatment that focuses on increasing appropriate behaviors and decreasing and/or replacing inappropriate behaviors.
The Benefits of Center-Based Therapy Compared to Home-Based Therapy
ABA therapy sessions can take place via center-based, home-based, or a combination of the two. At Behavioral Innovations, we have chosen to focus on the center-based model.
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