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If you work with children with autism, you’re always looking for effective strategies to help your clients meet their goals. When ..read more
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Last week in a Facebook group for school-based OTs and PTs, we spent four days talking about behavior problem solving for autism. This ..read more
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Last week in the Early Intervention Occupational Therapists group on Facebook, I did a four part series on teaching play to kids with ..read more
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Everyone who’s worked with kids with autism on tough goals knows that in order to be successful we have to tap into their motivation. ..read more
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One thing we know about the learning style of people with autism is that there is often a strong adherence to routines. This can sometimes ..read more
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If you work with non-verbal or minimally-verbal kids with autism, teaching them to ask for the things they want and need is one of the most ..read more
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The Long Road to Get Here At some point in our careers, most of us turn a corner: we no longer feel like we are “faking” our clinical ..read more
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Do you use a sensory processing frame of reference in your behavior problem solving for kids with autism? If so, learn how you may be ..read more
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Somewhere along the line, many of us got the idea that our goal as therapists is to get our kids to reach their therapy goals. With that in ..read more
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Many parents and therapists have heard by now that visual supports can help kids make sense of their instructions. We know that receptive ..read more

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