• Strategies for Dealing with Repetitive Behaviors

    Repetitive behaviors are common in children with autism. Often, repetitive behaviors involve stimming, also known as self-stimulation. It may be unclear to parents why their child engages in these behaviors. If your child with autism engages in repetitive behaviors, try to understand the cause. For instance, a change in physical environment or a loud social […]

  • Building Skills in Our B.E.E.S. Program

    The Behavior Exchange Early-Start program —also called B.E.E.S. for short—gives children with autism a leg up on developing skills that will help them at home and at school. For parents, B.E.E.S. is an opportunity to support their children’s development and to take a proactive step for their children’s future. If you are considering enrolling your […]