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Halloween can be a very scary time for many children, but especially for kids with autism. If your family participates in Halloween festivities, this is a must read to help prepare your child for the evening’s events. There are many things that occur on October 31st...

Children all around the world, with and without autism, love to jump on the couch. Why is this? Kids need an outlet, a safe place to release energy so that they can try to fully focus on the world around them. Your couch seems like the...

Most parents are familiar with using reinforcers, giving children positive feedback, and having a reward system in place to encourage appropriate behavior. Some children will not complete a 10-piece puzzle unless they are rewarded with verbal reinforcement, such as “Good job! Way to go!” As children...