Month: May 2019

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Continuing the previous article about increasing initiation in toddlers with Autism in daily life, we now look into how to create opportunities for children between the age of 3 to 6. Developing full independence in self-help routines. At the age of 6, children should have already acquired the skills of bathing self independently, using restroom […]

Social awareness is an important piece of social skills. It involves discriminating and understanding social cues. For example, recognizing social communication signals, identifying preferences and non-preferences of others, being aware of others’ emotions etc. It functions as a prerequisite for other social skills. A person needs to be aware of and understand what is going […]

One common myth of ABA therapy is that ABA is a compliance training that turns children into passive learners. This deals with a misconception that in ABA therapy, children are not taught to be independent thinkers but merely trained to react to specific instructions. Same with any learning, no matter in ABA therapy, at school […]

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