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Social Story for COVID-19

Posted By: South Shore Autism Center March 17, 2020 0 comments

Talking about the coronavirus to your child can be overwhelming and confusing.  With children out of school it can be stressful time for the whole family, especially caregivers of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Social stories are a great tool for breaking down big topics into simple explanations. Please see link for a clear […]

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The Accept It Tank

Posted By: Dr. Erin McLoughlin January 10, 2020 0 comments

What’s that noise The first house we owned boasted a very cool feature: it had a septic tank with a special alarm that would sound any time something went wrong with the system! The alarm was shrill and insistent, demanding that we look at the high-tech control box to find out what the issue was. […]

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Time to Refuel!

Posted By: Erin November 27, 2019 0 comments

Have you ever been in a rush to get somewhere and you get in the car and see that your low fuel light is on, or you know it will be sometime during the drive? If you have, and you’re like me of 15 years ago, you think to yourself, “I can make it…I don’t […]

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You’ve Been Booed! (When You Can’t Plan for Everything)

Posted By: Matt October 28, 2019 0 comments

As a BCBA and a mom of five kids, I know too well that using ABA in real life every day situations is important, helpful, exciting, and HARD! In this post I’ll tell you about a holiday-related tantrum that maybe could have been prevented, but maybe it’s okay that it happened, too. The Setting Event, […]

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