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Water Safety


Make Water Safety Your Priority Swim in designated areas supervised by lifeguards. Always swim with a buddy; do not allow anyone to swim alone. Even at a public pool or a lifeguarded beach, use the...
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Samantha’s Story


Samantha began attending the Applied Behavior Center in January of 2013, when she was 5 years old. The center came highly recommended by a coworker of mine. After sending Sam to a developmental...
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Kennedy: The Little Things


Robert Brault once said, “Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize that they were big things.” Isn’t that what the basic ideology behind applied behavior analysis...
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Lucas: Our Very Hungry Caterpillar


Having a child with Autism is difficult to put into words. Every situation and challenge is unique.  The uncertainty of daily life puts pressure on everyone in the family; describing it and trying...
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Twins on the Spectrum


  As I stare at this blank page on my computer screen and think about what I want to say about how the Applied Behavior Center has affected my family, I can’t imagine how I will ever get words...
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Rewriting the Script: Kennedy & Sawyer’s Story


  I remember back when I was pregnant with Kennedy. I read all the baby books and made all the lists of things that I needed. I had my bag packed and ready with all the “essentials” that you...
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Through the Eyes of Autism: Liam’s Story


Hello Everyone! My name is Liam, or as my family and friends like to call me, Li Li. I was born just one minute after my twin brother Kellan and I am five years old. Grownups use very big words to...
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Liam & Finnegan’s Autism Journey


  When our twin boys, Liam and Finnegan, were diagnosed with autism, all my focus and attention went to finding people who could help them learn. I was so sure of their potential- when I looked...
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Evan’s Food Program Success


  “Evans’ eating program is a great success! Evan is an 8-year-old boy who is completely non-verbal but is currently making great strides in his therapy programs. He attends the...
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Holly’s Autism Journey


“Holly is not just the face of Autism but also the face of success. I am Holly’s Grandmother. AKA Goo. A name she came up with and I have come to embrace. Holly was always different, I...
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