5 Gifts We Want You To Get

by Jessy | Dec 22, 2013 | blog |

The ground is glistening white with snow. Every other house is lighted by jolly red, white and green Holiday designs. The Christmas tree is gratefully still standing with a clear mental check list of all the prized $5 to $15 ornaments at the top...

Recap of Robert Schramm's December 2nd Workshop

by Jessy | Dec 09, 2013 | AHSS, BCBA, blog, learning, reinforcement, workshop |

“Robert Schramm [MA, BCBA, Knospe-ABA GmbH] was wonderful. He has a keen insight into the needs of the children. I found the presentation to be very clear. He stated expectations and gave practical strategies,” one attendee said.

Five Major Executive Function Areas

by Jessy | Dec 03, 2013 | blog, learning, preparation, schedule, school, tips |

The role of executive function processes begin early during the preschool years and continue to increase through middle and high school when students need to use skills such as note taking, summarizing, multi-tasking and staying on task. Success...

Chili Cook-off

by Jessy | Nov 11, 2013 | AHSS, blog, family, recipes, staff |

Recap: Practical Behavior Supports Workshop

by Jessy | Nov 04, 2013 | ABA, AHSS, BCBA, blog, learning, school consulting, workshop |

Whether you arrived with next-to-no prior experience (either classroom or real-world) or came armed with years of professional experience with the autism spectrum, Dr. Marrea Winnega’s October 18th workshop, Practical Behavior Supports, provided an...

Halloween Tips: Part 2

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Halloween Tips: Part 1

Halloween is all around us. The air has an autumn crisp to it at night, pumpkins are making their way to more and more porch steps and the amount of fall decor available in every store makes it tempting to start stocking up on candy immediately,...

The School Year With A Special Education Student

by Jessy | Oct 01, 2013 | AHSS, blog, breaks, family, patience, preparation, school, tips |

The Five ‘F’ Fourth of July Plan

July fourth is right around the corner. For the child with autism, the magical day is filled with disastrous events that could leave them feeling un-festive without preparation for the big day. There is a simple strategy to remember when preparing...

Summer Tip #6: Last but not least, ENJOY YOUR CHILD!

You’ve heard it before...our children grow up and one day are no longer children. Although to a special needs parent, the summer can feel endless; it really does go by in the blink of an eye. As our children grow up, they will continue to blossom...

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