Many years ago, professionals assumed that children with significant developmental disabilities were incapable of learning. As a result of extensive research and practical experience, we now understand that is not...
Tagged: Applied Behavior Analysis
Pediatricians and educators tell parents to “reward good behavior”, but what does that really mean? Reward is often..
Liam’s grandfather needed a few things at the home improvement store and decided to take his twelve year-old grand son, Liam, along. As they were walking through the store, Liam became anxious
Changing Behavior and Family Life Amy was five years old, an only child living with both parents. Although Amy had some wonderful strengths, moments of thoughtfulness and calm only punctuated...
Amy is a bright, happy 4 year-old girl who lives at home with her parents and 12 year old sister. She has developmental delays that make it difficult for Amy to understand social cues
Jamie hits his older brother Evan – a lot. As a parent, what should I do to address his behavior?