• Why does my autistic child like to be alone?
    If it seems like your autistic child likes to be alone, you may be worried. You want your child to be social, to take what they’re learning in therapy and Read more
  • What is... misophonia?
    At the dinner table, Tracey says her daughter, Janie, “lasts for about three minutes before she puts her hands over her ears and starts rocking back and forth. “She cannot take Read more
  • How do I help my child’s anxiety from loud noises?
    While other families look forward to the fourth of July – a summer holiday of celebration, parties, music, food and friends – father of five Michael says that for his Read more
  • Why is my child biting? What can I do to stop it?
    Lisa, mom to Chase, 5, says she felt “afraid and embarrassed” the first time she left Chase in the hands of her niece and babysitter, Alyssa. Alyssa had been her go-to Read more
  • Why is an early autism diagnosis so important?
    Autism spectrum disorder is a highly complex condition. It affects a person’s communication skills, behaviors, and how the interact socially. For this reason, and in an effort to ensure that Read more
  • My child is fecal smearing. What is going on? What do I do?
    Understandably, toileting difficulties are some of the most challenging and frustrating issues parents of kids with autism have to learn to manage. Particularly trouble is fecal smearing.Teddy, a 50-year-old father Read more
  • My child was just diagnosed with autism. Should I find an autism parent support group?
    When Joe and Lena found out they were pregnant with Ashton after over a decade of trying, the couple was overjoyed.Married straight out of high school, the two packed their Read more
  • How can I help my autistic child concentrate?
    The first time Bella left her son, Grant, in the care of her niece Shay, she was nervous. Grant had been diagnosed with autism six months before, and although his Read more
  • Are there different types of autism?
    The term “autism” refers to a broad range of neurodevelopmental disorders. Autism spectrum disorders can be mild or severe, and the symptoms can include social, behavioral or communication issues and Read more
  • Help your autistic child succeed with these back-to-school tips
    Around the country, parents and kids are preparing to head back to the classroom – which can be equally exciting and nerve-racking! At Alliance ABA, we recognize that the classroom isn’t Read more
  • What are sensory issues in kids?
    Sensory processing disorder is a neurological condition; it affects how information is processed in the brain by way of our senses, like what we hear, touch, smell, taste and see.Some Read more
  • What is echolalia?
      The repetition – or echoing – of words, sounds, or full sentences is called echolalia. Autistic kids may repeat the words, sounds and sentences from friends and family, as well as Read more
  • The Ws of Autism
    Over the last several weeks, we’ve been blogging about the ABCs of Autism. Here’s our last post: the Ws. Weighted blankets (or vests, or toys) Weighted items are based on the technique Read more
  • The Vs of Autism
    Over the past several weeks, we’ve been blogging about the ABCs of Autism. Today, here are the Vs.Verbal behaviorIn ABA, or applied behavior analysis, we use an approach that teaches Read more
  • The Ts of Autism
    Over the past several weeks, we’ve been blogging about the ABCs of Autism. Today, here are the Ts.Tactile dysfunctionSometimes, kids will withdraw when they’re touched, when their hair is being Read more
  • Some things about autism you may not know
    While shows like Love on the Spectrum and Atypical are helping reach more people and giving a different picture on autism, it is called autism spectrum for a reason. Autism Spectrum Read more

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