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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is useful for countering anxiety in children with autism. It can also improve communication skills and mindset. This video goes into detail on the methods used in...

Music therapy can be a useful tool in helping treat the effects of autism. It can help with both communication skills and sensory issues. This video discusses the benefits of treating...

Occupational therapy offers a variety of benefits to children with autism. It can improve motor skills, feeding issues and provide tools for sensory overload. An autism mother explains the benefits of...

Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) is a popular treatment for autism. It is common for sessions to only involve the patient and the clinician, but studies show that parental involvement can...

This short video covers what Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is, and how it works. One parent describes ABA as a program that supports “habit forming” behaviors....

SLPs Helping Children with Autism Communicate: Making Connections Speech and Language Pathologists (SLPs) play a critical role in the treatment plans of autistic individuals by helping to improve social and...

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, (CBT), is a type of psychological treatment based upon the idea that how we think affects our feelings and behaviors and in turn, how we react to...

Brianna Shaffer from Play Your Part is a Board-Certified Music Therapist with a Neurological Music Specialty and extensive experience working with autism and related challenges. In this video, Brianna talks...

Autism Jargon: OT Autistic individuals often have trouble communicating and interacting with other people. Their interests, activities, play and self-help-skills may be limited. Occupational Therapy may help develop these skills in...

Autism Jargon: ABA Shannon Penrod shares “Today’s Jargon of the Day: ABA,” which stands for Applied Behavior Analysis. ABA is the science of behavior. ABA isn’t a new invention, and it’s...

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