Press Releases with tag "Autism"
Behavior Frontiers Celebrates 10 Years in Business
Behavior Frontiers ABA Training and Treatment Celebrates 10 Years Serving Individuals with Special Needs.
8-Year-Old Boy with Autism Inspires International Chime Maker to Give Back
Woodstock Chimes® creates heartwarming video and autism-related windchime to honor Tyler Doi; 100% of after-tax proceeds benefit autism treatment programs and research
MERS Goodwill Celebrates Anniversary of New Autism Employment Center
In Its First Year, Program Serves 70 Young Adults with Severe Developmental Disabilities
Desert Farms Makes Camel Milk Readily Available
Nature's most wholesome dairy beverage delivered right to your door
New Study Validates Skills Assessment for Designing Customized Curricula to Help Children with Autism
The study validates the online Skills Assessment, offering clinicians a state-of-the-art means to individualize treatment plans and maximize skill acquisition for children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.
Improvement in Asperger's Symptoms in a Child Under Chiropractic Care
Dr. Dawn Webster, of Universal Wellness Source in Chicago, discusses the improvement in Asperger's symptoms of a child under chiropractic care as well as a reduction in asthma and allergies as determined by objective and subjective findings.
Skills® Behavior Intervention Plan Builder Now Available as a Stand-Alone Web-Based Program
The innovative tool gives clinicians, educators, and behavior professionals the ability to efficiently develop effective behavior intervention plans (BIPs) for individuals who display challenging behavior.
Free Holiday Guide Offers Tips For Parents of Autistic Children: Booklet Provides "Top Ten Tips" To Enjoy Holiday Season
This free holiday guide provides parents of autistic children with tips to help them, not only survive and manage the holidays, but actually enjoy them with their family and friends. Parents can download it at www.yourautismcoach.com.
Young Adults with Autism First to Receive Dog-Assisted Career Training
In response to overwhelming unemployment among young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), Austin Dog Alliance offers the first-ever dog-assisted vocational training that focuses on preparing for careers in pet-care industries.
IBT Offers Professionals Specialized Supervisor Training to Meet the Behavior Analyst Certification Board Requirements
The Institute for Behavioral Training (IBT) will host a training on Nov. 11, 2013, in Marina Del Rey, Calif., to teach professionals the knowledge and skills necessary to ensure effective supervision.
Austin Dog Alliance "Fetching Art" Benefit to Auction Work by Local and National Artists
Fetching Art, an auction of artwork by local and national artists, will benefit Austin Dog Alliance programs providing youth and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder with dog-assisted programs that help them learn vital social and job skills.
SLC Therapy, P.C Expanding to a 12,000 Sq Ft Facility. Celebrates with An Open House on October 5, 2013.
SLC ™ is a boutique therapy center offering specialized services for people with behavior, language-literacy, social communication, speech, and learning challenges.
PlacidWay Has Joined Swiss Medica to Promote Autism Treatments With Stem Cell Therapy
Autism is a disorder of childhood neural development, which affects information processing in the brain by altering how nerve cells connect and organize. Autism damages the brain fields responsible for memory, concentration, attention, speech etc.
Center for Autism and Related Disorders Hosts Glendale Conference for Parents of Children with Special Needs, September 28th
Center for Autism and Related Disorders will co-host a free conference on Saturday, September 28th, at Christ Tabernacle from 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., to help parents of special needs children understand how to access insurance coverage for autism.
The Role of Food, Nutrition, and Diets in Autism and Mental Health Disorders
Julie Matthews, C.N.C, will be presenting on The Role of Food, Nutrition, and Diets in Autism and Mental Health Disorders at the 4th Annual Integrative Medicine for Mental Health Conference in Chicago, IL, September 20-22, 2013.
The World Needs All Kinds Of Minds An Intimate Conversation With Temple Grandin
Dr. Jamie Turndorf (aka Dr. Love) will be conducting a rare, one-on-one interview with Temple Grandin, who is the world-famous autistic doctor of animal science and professor at Colorado State University, bestselling author and autism activist.
Center for Autism and Related Disorders Helps New York Families Struggling with Autism Insurance Woes with Free Seminar, September 26
Center for Autism and Related Disorders will host a free, two-hour seminar at its Fairport treatment center to help parents understand New York autism insurance reform and the most effective ways to access coverage.
A 5-Year-Old North Dakota Girl Overcomes Autism with Use of Skills®, An Online Autism Curriculum
Maddy Robinson proves "Mission Possible" as she loses her diagnosis of autism after intensive applied behavior analysis (ABA) treatment led by her parents using Skills®, an online autism curriculum.
CARD Louisiana Autism Conference to Showcase Effective Treatment Interventions for Individuals on the Spectrum, August 24th in Baton Rouge
Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD)will host a free conference in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on Saturday, August 24, 2013,for the community to learn about intervention strategies for individuals with autism spectrum disorder.
OTZ Health Education Systems Unveils New and Improved Website
The OTZ site upgrades, will feature both enhanced content and a redesigned format
Michigan Family Whose Autistic Son Became an Award-Winning College Runner Launches Website to Inspire Others Struggling with Autism
AutismLighthouse.com offers advice and answers to the families of more than 1.5 million Americans living with the effects of autism.
Integrative Medicine for Mental Health 4th Annual Conference
The 4th Annual Integrative Medicine for Mental Health Conference will be held September 20-22 in Chicago, IL.
MRC Polymers Celebrates Recycling Partnership with Disability Training Agency, Little Friends Inc.
Chicago recycler MRC Polymers establishes economical partnership that helps MRC recycle land-fill bound plastic while providing meaningful work for adults with developmental disabilities.
Chicago Special Needs Dentist Attended Training On Treatment of Anxious & Special Needs Patients
Chicago special needs dentist Dr. Elseweifi attended training on the dental care of anxious and special needs patients.
Center for Autism and Related Disorders Opens State-of-the-Art Treatment Center In Thousand Oaks, California
Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) announces the grand opening of its Thousand Oaks treatment center on Wednesday, July 31, 2013, located at 325 E. Hillcrest Dr., Suite 140, from 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm.