Blog: ABA for Parents

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29 05, 2021

Research Opportunity: Bullying of Neurodivergent Teens

By |2021-05-30T09:38:14-06:00May 29th, 2021|General|

- Researchers at Binghamton University are looking for Autistic or ADHD students in middle or high school (i.e., ages 11-19) and their parent to participate in a paid research study about their experiences of bullying and support services during the COVID-19 pandemic. Youth can self-identify or have a professional [...]

12 05, 2021

Considerations for choosing an ABA provider

By |2021-05-12T09:46:16-06:00May 12th, 2021|General|

Choosing an ABA provider can be complex  We are passionate about behavior analysis. However, providers across the field are just as different from one another as the children they serve. This field does not have a uniform, cookie-cutter formula for treatment. Quite the opposite, each provider you meet will [...]

25 03, 2021

COVID and Autism for families: Daily Routine

By |2021-03-25T21:34:41-06:00March 25th, 2021|Consistency, Sur-thrival|

Review of Part 1: Prepping for your Daily Routine In part 1, we introduced steps for creating consistency. The Pandemic has disrupted our routines. As areas are beginning to come out of the COVID shutdowns, it is important to remember that consistency is a necessity for parenting sur-thrival at [...]

1 10, 2020

COVID and Autism: Sur-thrival for families

By |2020-10-01T14:23:46-06:00October 1st, 2020|Consistency, Sur-thrival|

The COVID-19 Pandemic has caused mass disruption and challenges. Things that we once took for granted are challenging, and those things that were once challenging are now overwhelming. Combining COVID and Autism can lead to additional stressors for all parties. Most children with autism thrive on consistency and routines, [...]