Next month is April and all across the globe families everywhere will be supporting individuals with autism by showing awareness for the disorder. Each year to support autism awareness, we have CARD Spirit day. It’s a day for us to celebrate the CARD family and all the wonderful people that make what we do possible.
CARD is made up of therapists, BCBAs, and supervisors who have chosen to dedicate their lives to the treatment of children with autism. The keyword here is ‘chosen’, because each CARD therapist, BCBA, and supervisor cares deeply about helping the individuals they treat to achieve their highest potential.
CBS 47 reports on how the Center for Autism and Related Disorders provides therapy that helps children with autism and prevents them from wandering.
Enjoy the latest segment of Ask Dr. Doreen on Autism Live, featuring CARD founder Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh, answering YOUR questions about autism! Here are the topics Dr. Doreen tackles this week with Autism Live host Shannon Penrod.
In this episode of The A-Word, we are introduced to Nick, a young man that underwent ABA therapy for autism at the Center for Autism and Related Disorders and recovered.
Great news coming out of Mississippi! This week legislators in the House of Representatives passed a bill to mandate insurance to cover autism by an unprecedented vote of 120-0!
Today we’d like to recognize Ethan, a child that was diagnosed with autism at age two and has been a member of the #CARDFamily since 2005. Since his diagnosis and treatment for autism spectrum disorder, we’ve had the privilege of being a part of Ethan’s growth and development.
Join the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) as we celebrate February with our “Month of Love” campaign featuring the hashtag #CARDLoves.
It’s a brand-new segment of Ask Dr. Doreen on Autism Live featuring CARD founder Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh answering YOUR questions about autism! Here are the topics Dr. Doreen tackles this week with Autism Live host Shannon Penrod.
In this episode of The A-Word, we can see that in Jack Riley’s ABA therapy session with Jessica, that play is used as the medium with which to teach Jack.