5 Ways to Get Ready for School

5 Ways to Get Ready for School

August is just around the corner and many are preparing for their children to go back to school or build an alternative school setting in their home. [...]

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3 Types of Planned Ignoring

3 Types of Planned Ignoring

Have you ever thought about ignoring your child? I’m sure there are times when there is an appeal to ignoring their behavior and other times it gets [...]

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5 Sensory Friendly Ideas for 4th of July

5 Sensory Friendly Ideas for 4th of July

Is your child not a huge fan of fireworks? We get it, the 4th of July can be a difficult time for a family trying to find firework alternative activit [...]

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6 Ways to Manage Meal Time

6 Ways to Manage Meal Time

“My kid barely eats anything, they’re very picky,” is something I’ve heard commonly throughout my seven years in the  Applied Behavior Analyt [...]

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Pairing and Building Rapport

Pairing and Building Rapport

In the field of applied behavioral analysis building rapport or “pairing” with the child is a vital step in early intervention. What is pairing? P [...]

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