In this episode, Jack Riley is working on having a calm body instead of a silly body.
I’ve added a family emergency plan and disaster supply kit to my To Do List. Every family has unique circumstances that must be considered in emergency planning. In my family it means stockpiling medication and formula for my son’s medical needs. Having a child with ASD will also mean some additional and specific planning.
CARD is hosting a series of seminars, “California Insurance Funding for Autism Treatment,” to educate families and other caregivers about the California Autism Insurance Mandate (SB 946). As of July 1, the law requires most insurance providers to cover behavioral health treatment, including applied behavior analysis, for individuals on the autism spectrum. The free, two-hour seminars will be held from July 28 to August 25, 2012 at CARD centers in Fresno, the East Bay, Garden Grove, Sacramento, San Diego, and Tarzana.
Cheryl is finally home with Jack Riley’s baby sister, Lainey. Jack Riley is having a hard time adjusting to the recent changes at home, like sharing his parents’ attention with his new sister. Due to these changes, Jack Riley’s challenging
The world-renowned autism expert Temple Grandin sits down with George Stroumboulopoulos and discusses her life with autism. As well Grandin talks about the latest biopic about her life, and discusses her thoughts on Facebook Creator Mark Zuckerberg and his link to ASD’s.
The trusted and dedicated staff from the CARD branch offices of Rochester and Larchmont are now offering packages of exclusive products and services designed for effective treatment, training and evaluation. This six-month contract will provide the following services at a value of $1,000 per month:
Please click to enlarge: We are coming to Reno, Nevada in the beginning of 2011. Make sure to reserve your spot! Don’t live in Reno, Nevada? Well then check out some of other locations. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to get direct 1:1 therapy, parent training/skills, specialized outpatient services, and much, much more!
Please click to enlarge: Check out our Social Skills for Kids therapy, specifically designed for children 6-12 that have autism or a related disorder.
Please click to enlarge: Check out our upcoming FREE insurance Funding workshop. A two-hour workshop designed for parents of children with autism and related disorders.
By Marlena Smith This holiday season, the Center for Autism and Related Disorders, Inc. (CARD) has teamed up with the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation to collect toys for less fortunate children in the community. From now through December 17th, all CARD office locations will be collecting new, unwrapped toys in their original packaging for boys and girls of all ages. CARD also welcomes the public to participate. All those who are interested may bring new, unwrapped toys in their original packaging to any CARD location on Thursday December 2nd and Friday December 10th. On these dates, our offices will…