Come join Autism Research Group for a FREE parent workshop at CARD’s Thousand Oaks center-based location on Thursday, September 26th at 6pm as Executive Director, Dr. Jonathan Tarbox, PhD, BCBA-D, shares practical tips and strategies for how to approach your child’s misbehavior in a positive and effective way.
Autism Live is today launching a new online portal, called “Parent 2 Parent,” featuring informative two-minute clips to educate parents on all things related to autism spectrum disorder (ASD), ranging from “Does my child have autism?” to more targeted issues, such as “How do I prepare for an IEP meeting?”
It is a great time to be a behavior analyst! Our “young” science has entered into the mainstream in the past two decades and recent innovations in communication and technology make it possible for behavior analysts to collaborate with each other and serve a global clientele.
This last week we got the opportunity to sit in on one of the practice sessions that the center does with it’s therapists! What an awesome experience! Do you want to get your child tested, or perhaps re-tested? Or do you want to come and see our new facility and meet the staff? Let us know!!
Despite the collective efforts of the autism community, Governor Brown’s trailer bill has passed, which means that a new law will take effect on July 1, 2013, limiting regional center funding of co-pays and co-insurance and eliminating regional center funding of deductibles.
Tour our new treatment center. Meet our clinical and assessment team.
Childcare will be provided.
There were a lot of ridiculous tutorials posted on my favorite crafting blogs on Monday…embellished disposable diapers, hand sewn ruffled toilet paper, meat disguised as cake and cake disguised as meat. Even Google got in on the fun, promoting their newest product, “Google Nose Beta,” which allowed users to search their “Aromabase” and download “scentibytes.”
I was a fan of Temple Grandin’s long before I was the parent of a child on the Autism spectrum. Once my son was diagnosed with Autism I became a fan of Temple’s mother, Eustacia Cutler. In an era where Autism awareness wasn’t even in its infancy and treatments were basically relegated to institutionalizing your child and walking away, Eustacia Cutler forged her own path.
CARD is excited to launch Camp Discovery: Objects, an all-new game app that allows young children the opportunity to learn and explore objects that are commonly found in the home and community.
This is the story of Ethan and his journey through autism with the help of the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD).