Sherry’s Perspective: Why I Do What I Do

I’m lucky. Every day I am reminded why I do my job, and why I love it so much. But 17 years ago, I didn’t feel that way. I was scared and facing the unknown. I was feeling the way many parents do toda …

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Swim Lessons at the Applied Behavior Center

History of ABC Swim Lessons Beginning in 1995, the CEO and Founder of The Applied Behavior Center Sherry Quinn’s son Michael was diagnosed with Autism. After searching nationwide for the care that h …

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Summertime with ABC

As the excitement of summer fills the air, children look forward to temporary freedom from school bells, textbooks, and worksheets. While this annual break from school results in some loss of previous …

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It Takes a Village

There is an old saying that it takes a village to raise a child. For a child with autism, it takes a very special kind of village. Autism is such a complicated, tricky path to navigate for both the ki …

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Jake: Working ourselves out of a job

Jake started with the Applied Behavior Center in June 2010. When he started, he had little interest in social interaction and had little social language. We designed a program for Jake focused on requ …

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