How Early Intervention Can Help Children in Denver with Disabilities

The earliest years of your child’s life are some of the most important when it comes to their development. They discover social cues, learn how to interact with others, and lay the foundation for the people they will become. When your child has a disability, that process can be more difficult. The sooner that disability… Read More

Fostering Friendship | Prepare for the school year with our social skills group!

Posted On June 13, 2018 in

Please join us for our Fostering Friendship Social Skills Group Prepare for the School Year with our Social Skills Group! Who: Kids with Autism (ASD) ages 9-11, entering a regulare education classroom over 50% of the time When: Mondays 6:00-7:00p, July 9th-Aug.13th (6 sessions) Where: The Emerge Office: 400 S. Colorado Blvd. #400 80246 Cost:… Read More

Promoting success at the doctor and dentist: Tips for families affected by developmental disability 

Posted On October 23, 2015 in

A trip to a doctor has the potential to provoke anxiety in just about anyone. In kids and adults with developmental disabilities, these visits may be particularly stressful for them and for their caregivers.  Further, getting the best medical care requires cooperation during the visit. In clinical treatment, we are often asked how to use ABA techniques to prepare for and successfully navigate these planned and unplanned visits to… Read More

Employment: What will that look like for my child?

Posted On October 9, 2015 in

Most parents want their child to lead a productive and fulfilling life as they transition into adulthood and in our society that often means having a job. However, this can be a difficult achievement for most of the population that we work with. In fact, less than 10% of individuals with autism with an average… Read More