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ALEC Equips Emergency Responders to Deal with Autism
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February 29th, 2012 | (0)

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In 2007, a child wandered off from his home in Massachusetts early in the morning. Someone called 911 to report the child alone at a bus stop. When firefighters responded, ...


For the Rays, One Reason is Enough: A Happy Daughter
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February 22nd, 2012 | (0)

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Kevin and Miranda Ray don’t have a lot of time to run. He’s in the Navy, often out to sea, and she’s raising their three children, Aubrey, 9, Addison, 6, ...


A Review of the Soma Rapid Prompt Method
Organization for Autism Research

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 ...


Learning Ways to Stay Calm Through a Child’s Meltdown
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February 8th, 2012 | (0)

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Ryan Rivera is the founder and publisher of CalmClinic.com. As someone who spent seven years of his life suffering from, as he calls it, the “whole package” – panic attacks, ...