For Parents

My Personal Experience with Autism and Interactive Toys

Parenting is an extremely challenging thing. For each parent, in various ways. Nevertheless, it’s a great and incomparable happiness. I would like to share my own parenting experience. It’s a very intimate, special experience as my little daughter has autism…
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Beautiful Day

On April 1, 2016, I was the keynote speaker at Ernie Els’ Awe in Autism conference in Jupiter, FL. It was a beautiful day with the sun shining, 80 degree weather, and a cool breeze. Life seemed perfect. Two days…
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Book Summary & Review: Chaos to Calm

Book Summary & Review: Chaos to Calm Chaos to Calm: Discovering Solutions to the Everyday Problems of Living with Autism by Martha Gabler, MA (autism parent) Book Summary & Review by: Tiffany N. Kilby, MS, BCBA (autism family member and…
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To the dad on “Survivor” whose daughter has a diagnosis of autism

To the dad on “Survivor” whose daughter has a diagnosis of autism, I feel like it’s important to start this off with an honest statement: I’m not judging you.  If I were, I would be completely contradicting myself.  Before I communicate…
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I have Autism and a Job in the ABA Field

My name is Kaelynn and I have autism, ADHD, and several learning disabilities. I started speaking very early, and because of that, I went undiagnosed until I was 10 years old. School was always extremely difficult for me. Shortly after…
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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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When Kids Refused to Go on a Field Trip to Support My Son with Special Needs

A school trip to the zoo is exciting, especially for kids 7- to 8-year-olds. Except when your son has autism. And sensory issues. And severe attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). And severe food allergies. And the list goes on. My son was…
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Things Not To Say To A Person With Terminal Cancer

Things Not To Say To A Person With Terminal Cancer (And what you can say instead) 1. “You don’t look sick.” Uhm thank you? OK, you caught me, it is all just a super elaborate April Fool’s Joke? There is…
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Parent Interview about Daughter’s Career in ABA

November 5, 2015 marked LinkedIn’s 3rd annual Bring in Your Parents Day.  My mom and I participated for the first time last year, even though we technically participated two days late.  She sat in on one of my weekend supervisee trainings…
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PhD Special Ed Teacher Stands Up for Students… and for Science

Dr. Wendy Bradshaw is a mother, teacher, scholar, and advocate for students… and for science.  On October 23, 2015, Dr. Bradshaw publicly shared her experience as a teacher in a Central Florida county’s public school system; she also shared certain…
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