teaching strategies

Early Signs of Hyperlexia

Hyperlexia in Children: Early Signs, Diagnosis and Treatments

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teaching toddlers with autism

Teaching Toddlers with Autism Using the Turn Autism Around Approach: Hot Seat #3 with Lauren

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intermediate learners

Programming for Intermediate Learners: Hot Seat with Swethana

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empowering parents

Empowering Parents: Parent Led Therapy for Children with Autism

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ABA therapy myths

ABA Therapy: Four Myths and Truths

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Precision Teaching

Precision Teaching and Autism | Interview with Amy E. and Kelsey G.

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building imitation skills in toddlers

Building Imitation Skills in Toddlers with Autism or Showing Signs of Autism

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slp collaboration

Dually Certified SLP/BCBAs on Collaboration with Parents and Other Providers | Panel Interview

#118: Dually Certified SLP/BCBAs on Collaboration with Parents and Other Providers | Panel Interview There are only 430 dually certified SLP/BCBAs stretched out across 44 states and over the entire world. Sometimes referred to as “unicorns”, they…


autism teaching strategies

Autism Teaching Strategies: How to Teach a Child with Autism or Signs of Autism

#115: Autism Teaching Strategies: How to Teach a Child with Autism or Signs of Autism. Many professionals believe that teaching on the floor in a child’s natural environment is the best way to teach kids with autism or kids with developmental delays.…


worried about autism

Casey Was Worried About Autism... Here's What She Did

#113: Casey Was Worried About Autism… Here’s What She Did When Casey’s son was 16 months old, he could say words like “mama” and “duck”, and he could point at things that he wanted. During the pandemic, Casey began to see some regression…