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More Tips for Learning from Play
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January 31st, 2011 | (0)

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In the last blog post, I wrote about ways to increase reciprocal play.  Reciprocal play is what most of us think of as regular playing between two children- eye contact, ...


Turning Play Dates into Learning
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January 24th, 2011 | (0)

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In “Parents as Play Date Facilitators for Preschoolers With Autism” Stephanie Jull, MA, BCBA and Pat Mirenda, PhD, BCBA examined the usefulness of parents directing play dates to improve reciprocal ...


Taking a Close Look at Chelation Therapy
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January 18th, 2011 | (0)

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Dr. Thomas Zane is a professor of education and director of the Applied Behavior Analysis Online Program at the Van Loan Graduate School of Endicott College. He is a licensed ...


Tips for Promoting Inclusion Across the Spectrum
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January 10th, 2011 | (0)

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Dr. Joshua Feder is a child and family psychiatrist in California. He is the former Chief of Child and Family Psychiatry at National Naval Medical Center and a father of ...


Peter Gerhardt and Mike Maloney Look Back on OAR's First Nine Years
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January 4th, 2011 | (0)

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As OAR looks forward to its 9th anniversary, Executive Director Mike Maloney and Scientific Council Chair Peter Gerhardt, Ed.D., who was OAR’s president until July 2010, reflect on what OAR’s ...