Category Archives: Early Childhood Intervention

Christmas Prep, Part 1: Making Your Christmas Book

Welcome back!  As we discussed last week, preparation is the key to success in helping your young child (with or […]

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‘Tis the Season to be Jolly! Fa la la la la la la la NAH!!!!!

  Ah, the holidays…so full of joy and cheer…OR NOT! At least, not always if you are a parent of […]

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Sharing Memories

How was your day today?  What did you do? Many children with language limitations, including autism, cannot answer these questions. […]

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Travel Tips Part 2: Utilizing Social Narratives and Functional Activity Routines

As we discussed in the last episode of our travel series, the challenges of traveling with a child with autism […]

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Travel Tips Part I: Steps for Planning a Successful Journey

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“This is not a vacation; this is a work trip!” — Claire, “Modern Family” on ABC Let’s face it: traveling […]

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Medical Necessities Part 3: Teaching Body Parts

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Teaching Body Parts at Home Your child’s ability to understand and use the names of body parts are not only […]

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Do NOT Burn the Kitchen Down!

We interrupt the educational yet entertaining series currently in progress to bring you this important message: Do NOT Burn the Kitchen […]

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Medical Necessities Part 2: Teaching the Word, “Hurt”

As I said in my last blog post, “hurt” is an impossible thing to see, which makes it very difficult […]

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A Less Serious Post About a Seriously Powerful Tool: The Daily Schedule

In my last post, I gave an example of using a schedule to support learning and success in an activity. […]

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Using Picture Schedules and Functional Activity Routines

Doing anything that is outside of the norm for our ASD kiddos (or, honestly, even many neurotypical young children) will […]

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