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The Behavior Station 2015 ASAT Sponsorship

The Behavior Station, LLC is a proud 2015 sponsor of the Association for Science in Autism Treatment (ASAT).  We decided to dedicate every Saturday in 2015 to ASAT for, what we called “Science Saturday.”  Each Saturday of 2015, without fail,…
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Dear CBS News

Dear CBS News, Re: “Swimming helps autistic teen” segment on CBS Evening News https://thebehaviorstation.com/dear-cbs-news On behalf of The Behavior Station, I must commend you for the accurate facts you shared in a story about a teen with autism and his…
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Accomplishments of 2015 (2)

At the end of 2014, we posted our accomplishments of 2014 and goals for 2015.  Now that two quarters of 2015 are over, we have gone through our goals again and provided brief updates below (Click here for PDF Version).  Goals and…
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Accomplishments of 2015 (1)

At the end of 2014, we posted our accomplishments of 2014 and goals for 2015.  Now that the first quarter of 2015 is over, we have gone through our goals and provided brief updates below (Click here for PDF Version)….
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Elopement by Children With Autism

Elopement of Children with Autism: What we know, successful interventions, and practical tips for parents and caregivers, by NYSABA ­ What is Elopement? Elopement, also known as wandering or bolting, describes an individual’s behavior when leaving an area without permission…
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The Behavior Station 2014-2015

As 2014 comes to an end, we thought it would be beneficial to reflect on the journey of the past year and look forward before traveling into the new year.  This was a milestone year for The Behavior Station, and…
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Finding Reliable Info on Autism

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC; 2014), 1 in 68 children is considered to have an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). As awareness for autism has increased, so have “treatments” for autism. “Treatments” that offer “cures” for…
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Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween! Post by The Behavior Station. Wondering why we do what we do on Halloween? ⇒ Travel to The Behavior Station’s blog “Halloween as the Behaviorist Sees It.”

“Just try it. It can’t hurt.” …or can it?

It seems a commonly used phrase is, “Just try it. It can’t hurt.” But, in the cases of autism, can it actually hurt?  This might seem like an odd question, but the answer to the question is yes, it can…
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