Parenting

Planning for the Holiday Season

Autumn and the holiday season brings its joys - and potential challenges - for people with autism. Costumes, candy, disrupted routines, travel, house guests and new foods

Planning for the Holiday Season2019-10-04T05:33:32-05:00

*ABA Basics: Principles, Terminology, and How it Works

Amanda holds a master’s degree in counseling psychology and has completed a recertification program in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). In addition to being a Board Certified Behavior

*ABA Basics: Principles, Terminology, and How it Works2019-09-11T08:03:30-05:00

Brain & Behavior: Science of Happiness

What is the #1, most important way to assess if autism treatment is working? If you are a parent, it will come as no surprise….Your child’s HAPPINESS.

Brain & Behavior: Science of Happiness2019-10-04T04:10:17-05:00

*Ideas for Raising Community-Minded Kids

Inclusion, Community, and Raising Kids Who Care: Ideas for Raising Community-Minded Kids Published: 11/15/2018 Anissa Ryland is the Executive Director for The Johnson Center for Child Health

*Ideas for Raising Community-Minded Kids2019-09-11T10:08:10-05:00

*Support Beyond Schools

Complimentary Care and ASD: Considerations for Support Beyond ECI and School Services Presented by Anissa Ryland The Johnson Center for Child Health & Development If you would

*Support Beyond Schools2019-09-11T10:12:47-05:00

Brain Tissue Bank – Research Brings Hope

Tune in as David Amaral, Ph.D., presents on advances in brain tissue donation and research. This presentation is on YouTube and can be shared on social media,

Brain Tissue Bank – Research Brings Hope2019-10-04T04:21:55-05:00