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Understanding the Three Levels of Autism

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by difficulties with speech and social interaction. It is characterized by repetitive behaviors and restricted interests. ASD can vary in severity, and people with ASD often have difficulty functioning in society. There are three levels of autism, each with its own set of symptoms and challenges.

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5 Games that You Can Use to Teach in ABA Therapy

If you’re looking for ways to improve your ABA therapy sessions, look no further! Here are 5 games that can be used to teach a variety of skills. From matching and sorting to following directions and learning new vocabulary, these games will help your children reach their full potential while also having fun.

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The Importance Of Independent Activity Schedules

Independent activity schedules can be a valuable tool for helping children with autism stay engaged and participate in activities. Providing a visual schedule of upcoming events and activities helps to keep the child focused on what they should be doing, while also giving them some control over their day-to-day life.

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Why Teaching Emotions Is Important In ABA Therapy

When most people think of ABA therapy, they think of teaching children how to behave appropriately in social situations. While this is certainly an important aspect of ABA therapy, there is another critical component that often goes overlooked: teaching emotions. Emotions play a crucial role in our lives, and it is just as important for

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Different Types of Assessments for Children with Autism

If you have a child with autism, you may be wondering about the different types of assessments that are available. Which one is right for your child? In this post, we will discuss the three most common assessments: the diagnostic assessment, the functional assessment, and the adaptive behaviour assessment. We will also talk about what

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Tips For Treating Problem Behaviours In Children With Autism

If you are the parent of a child with autism, you know that one of the biggest challenges can be dealing with problem behaviors. These behaviours can range from verbal outbursts to self-injury, and they can make life very difficult for both the child and the parents. There are ways to deal with these behaviours

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How to Support a Child with Autism in the Classroom

Children with autism often have a hard time in the classroom. They may not understand what is happening around them like how other children do. They may find it difficult to follow directions. As a teacher, it is important to know how to support these children and help them succeed in the classroom. Let’s discuss

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How to Treat Children with Autism Using Occupational Therapy

If you have a child with autism, you may be wondering how to best help them. One approach that can be very beneficial is occupational therapy. OT can help children with autism learn essential life skills such as daily life skills through enhancing the eye -hand coordination and gross and fine motor skills by continuously

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Why Is Behavioral Therapy Important For My Child With Autism?

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a developmental disability that can cause significant social, communication and behavioural challenges. According to the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 1 in 68 children in the United States are on the autism spectrum. ASD can range from very mild to severe, and it affects people differently. There

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What Is Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) Therapy?

ABA is an approach to behavior intervention for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and related developmental disabilities. It emphasizes the use of evidence-based practices by trained professionals, parents, and caregivers.  ABA can be used as a primary treatment or as a task broken down into small steps and done to support and enhance strategies.

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