Tag: Autism

Nov 1

The Best 3 Sensory-Friendly Thanksgiving Activities

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Top 3 Sensory-Friendly Thanksgiving Activities It is Fall and Thanksgiving is coming up yet again! There are many sensory-friendly activities that children with autism can do throughout the year, however, in this blog post, we will be sharing the top 3 sensory-friendly activities that are easy and wonderful for your children to enjoy during this

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Sep 2

Number 1 Best Ways to introduce the Beach to a child with Autism.

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Number 1 Best Ways to introduce the Beach to a child with Autism. In a previous ABA Works post, we discussed about developing a plan that can assist parents to have smoother trips with their children. Some of these tips, such as first learning community safety skills and preparing their child for the outing, can

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Jun 24

9 SUPER Positive Effects of in-clinic ABA Services 

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9 SUPER Positive Effects of in-clinic ABA Services    ABA Works is opening a NEW clinic for ABA services in Lomita! 15 clients can be treated at our clinic, 6 days per week. First come, first served.   If you are interested, contact us (www.aba-works.com)  In this blog post we will share all the advantages of our

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May 23

HOW TO COMPLETE TASKS SUCCESSFULLY It’s tempting to rush through our tasks just to get back to our favorite activities. However, we need to make sure that we are completing our tasks. For some tasks, it will not take long to complete. However, there are other tasks where it becomes a rough hill to climb, but it is doable.  For individuals diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, tasks can become a mountain to overcome. Although it is

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May 14

5 TIPS FOR PARENTS: HOW TO BALANCE YOUR TIME In a time where the future is uncertain, many people have had unfamiliar roles thrust upon them, especially parents.  So how can parents balance their time, making sure they remain a loving, nurturing parent while also becoming the educator? Nature and nurture are not mutually exclusive and

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Mar 11

Occasionally during parent-teacher conferences, it is revealed that the child’s behavior varies depending on where they are. Perhaps at home the child is compliant, completes his homework, and engages in appropriate play skills with his sibling. While at school, the same child is struggling to turn in assignments or build meaningful friendships. Perhaps it is

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Nov 9

TIPS by ABA Works Conversational skills are something many of us take for granted every day. We often don’t have to remind ourselves to have eye contact and appropriate body language, to focus on what the other person is saying to create a related response or to seamlessly use smooth transitions. But for individuals with

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Nov 9

TIPS by ABA Works Many parents struggle with compliance with their children at home, even more so if their child has Autism, ADHD, behavior challenges, or related disorders. Does your child verbally refuse every time you ask a demand? Does he/she have trouble with transitions? Does a simple direction sometimes result in a meltdown? Although increasing

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Nov 9

Tips by ABA Works In the often confusing and contradictory world of Autism (ASD), one of the few things researchers, professionals and parents agree on is the importance of Early Intervention services in children with ASD. The National Research Council published a report with overwhelming research supporting earlier is better, both with diagnosis and in

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Nov 9

Tips by ABA Works Evidence shows that early recognition and (ABA) early intervention dramatically improve the development in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and children with developmental delays. Early intervention programs have been proven to further a child’s communication and social skills. Read more about early intervention benefits here. One of the most important things you

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Testimonials

Ideas and Alternatives

Our ABA specialist gave me many ideas and alternatives to interact with my child. She is a very kind person.

E. Gurrola, Vice President of A.F.E.

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2016-06-17T07:41:36+00:00

E. Gurrola, Vice President of A.F.E.

Our ABA specialist gave me many ideas and alternatives to interact with my child. She is a very kind person.

Fun

Our ABA specialist’s work has improved the quality of our son’s life and has made our relationship with him more functional, fulfilling and fun.

R. Osburn, Acupuncturist

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2016-06-17T07:35:44+00:00

R. Osburn, Acupuncturist

Our ABA specialist’s work has improved the quality of our son’s life and has made our relationship with him more functional, fulfilling and fun.

Motivated

ABA specialist has caused a dramatic change within my son. She is motivated, likes to see results and is very dedicated to her work.

Ms. Anteneh, Mother

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2016-06-17T07:39:24+00:00

Ms. Anteneh, Mother

ABA specialist has caused a dramatic change within my son. She is motivated, likes to see results and is very dedicated to her work.

Problem solver

She is an active problem solver, flexible, creative, emphatic and she has humor.

Mrs. M.P.M., Child Psychologist

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2016-06-17T07:40:02+00:00

Mrs. M.P.M., Child Psychologist

She is an active problem solver, flexible, creative, emphatic and she has humor.

Adequate

The enthusiasm of her works well with the people she works with. Her way of working is adequate, flexible and thorough.

Mrs. M.M.V.K., Child Psychologist

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2016-06-17T07:40:33+00:00

Mrs. M.M.V.K., Child Psychologist

The enthusiasm of her works well with the people she works with. Her way of working is adequate, flexible and thorough.
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