• Cutting Down on Discipline Disagreements with Parent Training

    Disciplining a child with autism can be tough. When parents disagree about the discipline system, it’s even more challenging. You can keep your relationship strong and maintain harmony in the family home with parent training sessions at The Behavior Exchange. Our ABA therapists only use evidence-based techniques. When you and your partner learn about the […]

  • How The Behavior Exchange’s Summer Camp Can Prepare Your Child for a Great School Year

    Summers can be tricky for families with young kids, due in part to the less structured days. Summer camp is a great way to keep kids busy and out of trouble. And by enrolling your child in The Behavior Exchange’s summer camp, you can rest assured that he or she will continue to learn even […]

  • Examining Age-Specific Indicators of Autism Spectrum Disorders

    Autism is a common disorder that can have a major impact on a family. Kids with autism often need extra help to master academic skills, social skills, and desired behaviors. The sooner a child with autism begins receiving Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy, the better the outcome is likely to be. Ideally, intervention should begin before […]

  • Ideas for Introducing New Games to Your Child

    All children love to play and have fun. However, children with autism are often resistant to new things because of the change in routine. Some kids with autism may need some extra help to learn how to engage in appropriate play behaviors. If your child is having trouble with social skills and play behaviors, it’s time […]