• Reducing the Stress of Routine Changes for Your Child with Autism

    ABA therapy providers recommend maintaining a predictable schedule for children with autism, as changes in routine can make them feel uncomfortable. However, change is sometimes necessary. An autism therapist can teach you the strategies that can help your child adjust to changes in daily life. These strategies can be effective regardless of whether the change […]

  • A Look at Rituals in Children with Autism

    Everyone has individual quirks. For instance, you might need to have your alarm clock placed at a particular angle on your nightstand before you can fall asleep. In children with autism, these behaviors are called rituals or routines, and they’re not always harmful. When a child’s rituals do interfere with his or her life and […]

  • Enrolling Your Child in B.E.E.S.

    Every child deserves to enter school fully equipped to learn, but many kids with autism struggle with deficits that inhibit their progress before they can even get started. The dedicated ABA therapists at The Behavior Exchange encourage parents of preschool-age children to consider enrollment in our Early Start Program, B.E.E.S. Within a positive setting, we […]