Home CtrBasedPic-HomePage HAP for Home SocialSkills Home Page fam-edu-trn-home page OUR CENTER PARENTS BLOG OUR SERVICES RESOURCES FOR PARENTS gsbg Register Here! Looking for the leading ABA therapy services in the interior? Submit your information here and we will connect you with one of our intake coordinators. Get Started Now! View on FacebookStep-In Autism Services of Alaska 4 weeks ago Why I don't use timers with kids diagnosed with autism...?Over the years, I have found that the more people focus on time, routines, "when the bell rings", etc. the more the child focuses on time and it often becomes an obsession. I find it is easier for the therapist to be the "clock" and to let the child know in more general terms, "we have a few more minutes and it will be time to ..." In this way, we have more leeway to go with the "flow". For instance...if the child just managed to get his Playmobil village set up and the timer goes off, could easily cause a melt down for most children. With the therapist as the "clock", she/he can then let the child know that they only have a little time left to play and then they can save the village for later rather than having an abrupt transition. ... See MoreSee LessView on Facebook·ShareStep-In Autism Services of Alaska 4 weeks ago For those who have been asking, we will try to have the Lemonade stand open tomorrow. We are running out of sunny, warm, days that we have kids here that want to staff it. It has been an amazing skill builder for clients. Cooking and mixing (cupcakes/lemonade, etc) and setting up and taking down not to mention all the money skills. Its even been good for the little ones to go buy something using their language skills. ... See MoreSee LessView on Facebook·Share UAF Human Ribbon April 4, 2017 1:00 P.M. Alaska LEND Informational Session 2/20/17 12-1 pm Sensory Swim Night is Dec 17 at Hamme Pool Learning with Peers!