• Learn About the Language Challenges that Children with Autism Face

    Is your child showing signs of autism? Children with autistic spectrum disorders face certain language challenges. Fortunately, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy can help children with autism develop and improve their language skills. Watch this video to learn more about the specific language challenges that children with autism often deal with. Dr. Joy Hirsch explains […]

  • Summer Programs Offered at the Behavior Exchange

    Are you interested in enrolling your child in a summer program that will help him or her with autism symptoms? The Behavior Exchange offers several summer programs led by Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapists that help children with autism develop and improve their skills. The Behavior Exchange Early Start program (B.E.E.S.) helps your child develop […]

  • Keys to Success with Applied Behavioral Analysis

    Applied Behavior Analysis, or ABA therapy , is a process in which a trained observer uses objective data to improve or diminish an individual child’s behaviors. During ABA therapy, the program is modified as the child’s progress changes. This therapy was created in the 1960s and is regularly used in conjunction with autism therapy. Enough […]

  • Tips for Helping Your Child with Autism Succeed in School

    The conventional academic environment can be troubling for students with autism, but it is possible for your child with autism find success in school by providing support for the common roadblocks that exist in the classroom. Below, you can see just a few of the helpful strategies that might allow your child to feel more […]

  • Autism Key Facts and Figures

    Autism is a behavioral disorder that can significantly impair social and communication skills, resulting in difficulty in school and throughout life. While there is still much to be learned about autism, there are some clear facts and statistics that might better your understanding of this condition so that you are able to find the appropriate […]