• Spotlight on Our Social Skills Groups

    For children with autism, developing friendships and relating with peers is not always easy. At The Behavior Exchange, our Social Skills Groups can help. In our groups, school-aged children get the opportunity to work on creating and maintaining relationships with kids their own age. This group is designed for children with autism who are in […]

  • Explaining Autism to a Younger Sibling

    If you have a child with autism, explaining the diagnosis to your other children is one part of working together as a family. When the sibling in question is younger than your child with autism, this process can be challenging, as you will decide what information is appropriate to share at what point in your younger child’s […]

  • Autism in the Classroom: Questions to Ask Your Child’s Teacher

    Going to school is an exciting time for children and their parents. To ensure your child with autism has the support he or she needs in the classroom, keeping an open dialogue with the teacher is essential. At The Behavior Exchange, one of the roles that we play for the families that we support is being an advocate at your child’s […]