• How Parents Can Monitor Children for Early Signs of Autism

    The many challenges associated with autism often translate to academic difficulties and trouble making friends. Children may become frustrated when they have trouble expressing their needs and wants, and parents may also experience frustration when coping with behavioral challenges. Fortunately, the clinically proven techniques of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy can help, and the earlier […]

  • Autism, Behavior Analysis, and Your Child [INFOGRAPHIC]

    Did you know that one in 50 children have a disorder on the autism spectrum? Autism is the fastest-growing developmental disorder today and can wind up costing a family tens of thousands of dollars every year. Early diagnosis is a key factor in autism intervention and can save families time, frustration, and money. In this […]

  • New Research in the Early Detection of Autism

    Children with autism are not typically diagnosed with the disorder until their second birthday or later. This is because the challenges associated with autism may not be recognizable right away. However, a new study could pave the way for the detection of autism in children as young as six months of age, allowing for early […]

  • Why Wandering Is a Major Concern Among Parents of Children with Autism

    Parents of children with autism have unique concerns. While the challenges associated with autism can vary widely, those challenges often include safety problems, such as wandering. Wandering, also known as elopement, occurs when a child leaves a safe area and moves about without adult supervision. Unfortunately, wandering is a common occurrence in toddlers and older […]

  • A Look at The Behavior Exchange Early-Start Program

    Autism researchers have long known that the earlier intervention therapies are used, the better the outcomes will be. If your child is struggling with communication skills and social interactions, or has behavioral challenges and academic delays, consider enrollment in The Behavior Exchange Early-Start (B.E.E.S.) Program. With one therapist for every three children, this program can […]