Autism and Young Children: Travel Tips for Parents

Posted On June 4, 2019 in

Autism and Young Children: Travel Tips for Parents For parents learning to navigate a world where autism and children go hand in hand, taking a vacation can feel like a bit of a pipe dream. And if you’re just now trying to figure out how to help your child experience life in a positive way,… Read More

Managing Meltdowns

Strategies for School Success

Strategies for School Success Tasha Jamroz, MA, BCBA VP of Emerge, Director of ABA Suzanne Aurelio, MS, BCBA Assistant Director of ABA Disclaimer: The strategies presented today are meant to be an overview of commonly used techniques to improve behavior in individuals affected by developmental disabilities. We cannot and will not provide specific treatment recommendations for… Read More

Insightful Autism Facts for Families, Friends & Caregivers

Posted On May 7, 2019 in

Insightful Autism Facts for Families, Friends & Caregivers As a parent, you want people to treat your child with respect. But when they’re diagnosed with autism, getting people to see beyond the label and get to know your child is difficult at best. This is due to a severe lack of information and education among… Read More

Is My Autistic Child Ready for Kindergarten?

Posted On April 2, 2019 in

Is My Autistic Child Ready for Kindergarten? Summer is almost here and that means it’s time to start thinking about your child’s school. Kindergarten is an exciting time for all children, but for kids with autism, it can also be a stressful change in their lives. You want the best for your autistic child, but… Read More