Assessment of Autism Spectrum Disorder a Top Selling eBook

Posted On September 2, 2020 in

Our very own Dr. Helena Huckabee had the pleasure of creating this model of assessment for Autism Spectrum Disorder! To date, this publication has been downloaded over 70,000x (that’s the top 25% for eBooks)! This model continues to be effectively introduced in all of Emerge’s evaluations. You too can have an opportunity to review and… Read More

Debunking Common Myths About What Causes Autism

Posted On July 8, 2020 in
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When your child is diagnosed with any condition, it’s normal to want to know what caused it. For many parents first learning about autism, the first question they ask doctors and therapists alike is “what causes autism?” While we don’t know for sure what causes autism, there are many myths circulating online that you need… Read More

Autism in Children – Helping Your Child Cope with Fourth of July Celebrations

Posted On July 1, 2020 in
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Fourth of July is a great time to celebrate and come together as a family, but for families with children on the autism spectrum, the holiday can be a bit more of a challenge. Autism in children can make enjoying the festivities tough if not impossible if you’re not prepared. Luckily, there are a few… Read More

Why Now Is the Best Time to Get Autism Help for Your Child

Posted On June 26, 2020 in
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When your child is diagnosed with autism, finding ways to create a new normal for your family can seem stressful. There’s a lot to manage and a lot of expectations that you’ll need to evaluate and adjust to better suit your child’s needs. The best way to do it is to get formal autism help… Read More

What Is Autism and What Can I Do to Help My Child?

Posted On June 19, 2020 in
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As a parent, you want what’s best for your child, no matter what they’re experiencing. However, for parents of children with autism, doing what’s best for their children isn’t always easy to figure out, especially right after receiving the diagnosis. Right after you learn that your child is on the autism spectrum, it’s normal to… Read More