Facilitating Independence

Facilitating Independence

While teaching new skills, we often use prompts. Prompts serve as intermediary steps between the child’s current skill set and the target goal. Alth [...]

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The Importance of Follow Through

The Importance of Follow Through

Most parents have experienced their fair share of tantrums from their child. Although tantrums serve different purposes, they can often be a form of c [...]

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Incorporating Games into Social Skills Instruction

Incorporating Games into Social Skills Instruction

Finding different ways for children with ASD to engage with their peers socially can be a challenge. Incorporating game play into the child’s social [...]

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Activities for a Fun Summer

Activities for a Fun Summer

Summertime is my favorite time of the year with warm weather, no school, and baseball! Below are my top three favorite summer time activities and sugg [...]

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Teaching Appropriate Requesting

Teaching Appropriate Requesting

Teaching Appropriate Requesting as a Way of Reducing Challenging Behaviors Often, children with Autism demonstrate a wide variety of ways of communica [...]

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