As ABA professionals, we should be teaching joint attention to children with autism. It encourages social engagement; a way for the child to bring others into his or her world. So how can we teach this important skill?
How do I get started with ABA? As BCBAs we’re trained to use assessments. However, it can be a challenge to transfer those assessments into curriculum. Assessments are not meant to be curriculum, so we’ve developed a really easy-to-use checklist that we use with a new student as an initial intake.
During the current COVID-19 pandemic, parents need to be armed with the right tools to not only manage, but educate their children at home. We… Read More »Resources for Children with Autism During COVID-19
The Organization for Autism Research (OAR) has developed the following research-based materials: The Kit for Kids (free): This kit is designed to teach elementary and middle school students… Read More »Resources from OAR: the Organization for Autism Research