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Fatherhood and Autism: Words of Wisdom Part Two

Wednesday, Jun 12, 2024

Welcome to Part Two of our two-part blog series featuring the stories of four fathers who share the wisdom and insight they have gained while navigating the complexities of parenting an autistic child. Click here to read Part One of this special Father’s Day blog series. Let’s continue to explore the stories of these fathers…

ABA Services for Young Children: Home or Clinic-Based?

Tuesday, Jun 04, 2024

When considering ABA Services for Young Children (Applied Behavior Analysis), many providers offer services in the client’s home, while others offer clinic-based care or some combination of these two environments. Clinic-based care may be the right option for many individuals, but there are nuanced factors to consider when evaluating whether this environment fits your child’s…

Fatherhood and Autism: Words of Wisdom Part One

Friday, May 31, 2024

Fatherhood is a journey filled with both wonderful moments and significant challenges, highlighting the invaluable role that fathers play in their families. Fathers provide protection, guidance, stability, and support, serving as pillars of strength. This month, in honor of Father’s Day, we asked four remarkable fathers who have children with autism to share their experiences…