Monthly Archives December 2017

We Come to You: A Personalized Approach to Autism Care

  We Come to You: A Personalized Approach to Autism Care   At Applied Behavioral Consulting (ABC), we strive to give each child and family the tools they need to reach their goals. No matter whether a parent came to us because of developmental delay or autism diagnosis, we will meet their child where they are at and work with both them and their family to help them reach their goals. We provide home-based autism services to give one-on-one attention to our clients in the environments they are comfortable in. It is not a typical doctor-patient relationship in which you
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A Word From One Of Our Therapists

    A Word From One Of Our Therapists What do you do when you can’t seem to soothe a child in distress? Where everything that you try doesn’t seem to give relief. When the only way a child can express their feelings to you is through aggression and tears. Today was that day. Today my hair was pulled, I was punched, spit on, and screamed at. I tried many different approaches to help this child yet he was not able to be comforted. I cried. Autism can be hard. It has these days and moments that come out of
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Parent Support Group

    Parent Support Group I just wanted to reach out as a follow up to our discussion from our last support group meeting. First and foremost, thank you!  Thank you for the effort, thank you for staying the course.  Thank you for you moderating the group so professionally.  Thank you for your warmth and compassion. I had never been to a support group of any kind and while we had a small turnout, it was so incredible to be a part of the meeting.  I greatly enjoyed getting to know the other parents and understanding their challenges.  While every
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A Word on Potty Training From One of Our Therapists

    A Word on Potty Training From One of Our Therapists Potty training is one of the more unique types of therapy that we offer at our company. I began potty training children even before I became a therapist. It was very challenging in the beginning. By challenging it is never easy to see a child uncomfortable and it’s very hard to try and console a parent who is not used to their child being upset. I’d like to say that I have seen it all but every child and family brings a different experience in their training. I
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