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Swimming Basics for the Home

By Emily Hollinberger, Swim Program Coordinator & RBT Swimming is a great life skill and lifetime commitment.  For countless of our families, water safety is the number one concern.  It is importa …

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Kayla’s Pride and Joy

“I have a three-year-old autistic daughter. Her name is Kendall and she is my pride and joy. The most important thing to me is to make sure she is pushed to her potential. I had checked out three diff …

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Colin’s Story: ABA and Education

Colin was a beautiful baby and he was always happy. He once won free Earth’s Best baby food and paraphernalia when we posted a video showing how excited he was to eat their baby food! We noticed early …

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Coloring the World, One Piece at a Time

“Before Reagun started attending ABC he was nonverbal, non responsive to certain situations, unsocial and aggressive. ABC has been a gift from GOD. The therapists and staff have worked with him on edu …

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Speech Sound Errors – How Can I Help My Child at Home?

By Emily Bess, M.A., CCC-SLP Have you ever been speaking to your child and thought to yourself, ‘What in the world did he just say?’ Articulation refers to the forming of clear and distinct sounds in …

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