Reading to Promote Language

I absolutely loved reading as a child. I was the classic book worm growing up. I stayed up late to read by flashlight, read at the dinner table, and I even took pride in reading a whole book a day almost every day during the summer! I have distinct memories from when my parents would Read more about Reading to Promote Language[…]

Independent Activity Schedule (IAS)

Life gets busy. No matter how much of a Type A personality I have, I cannot be everywhere all the time. With that being said, I need to make sure the little ones are engaged in an activity while I am otherwise occupied (like making dinner, taking work calls, or going to the bathroom). Knowing Read more about Independent Activity Schedule (IAS)[…]

ABA in the Classroom

Back to school is even more daunting for students and teachers with additional COVID-19 anxieties on top of the regular start of school jitters we all feel. After almost 2 years of uncertainty, and inconsistent schooling and routines, this school year can pose additional challenges! Use these 5 tips to incorporate ABA in the classroom! Read more about ABA in the Classroom[…]

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports School can be a challenge for some learners and navigating social situations can be uncomfortable. There are so many invisible rules, and it can be difficult to know what is expected of you. Every new place has a different set of rules, and each new person has a new set Read more about Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support[…]

The Shadow’s Role in the Classroom

What is a teacher to do when she is given a student that is difficult to manage or has learning challenges?  It seems like the go-to solution for some schools has been to recommend that the student have a shadow in the classroom.  Sometimes, this is referred as an Educational Assistant or a Special Needs Read more about The Shadow’s Role in the Classroom[…]

6 Skills a Child Needs to Be Ready to Learn in a Group

Parents often hesitate to remove their child from preschool or daycare in order for the child to receive 1:1 ABA.  Understandably, parents want their children around typical peers and for them to learn in a natural classroom environment, and sometimes that is appropriate.  So why would we recommend for a child to receive 1:1 ABA Read more about 6 Skills a Child Needs to Be Ready to Learn in a Group[…]

Prepare Your Child or Student with ASD for School

The beginning of a new school year can be an exciting time.  For others, it evokes more fear and worry than glee.  For our children and students with ASD,  A new school year can mean difficult transitions, loud noises, intimidating social situations, and unrealistic classroom demands.  We want to set our little ones up for Read more about Prepare Your Child or Student with ASD for School[…]