‘Enjoying the Hi-5s of Autism’ shares about Applied Behavioral Strategies ‘Feeding Therapy This Week’

 

Back to School mode is here!
Holidays season is just a few months away!
Help your child be more prepared for the school environment. Breakfast, lunch and parties can be enjoyable for picky-eaters. Learn strategies to help your Adult family member get ready for celebrations that involve food festivities.

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We hope that you all are enjoying your summer as much as we are enjoying ours. We have each taken time off to spend non-work time with our families. Time off means that our blog suffers. Despite our absence, we truly appreciate the fact that readers are continuing to visit and have not given up hope on “fresh posts”.

This week we are going to do something a  little different. Historically, we have used our “What Works Wednesdays” to focus on our clinical success stories. Since we are running a clinic for intensive feeding therapy this week, we are going to take one of our clients, and highlight his/her progress each day.

Please check back each day for a brief summary of the child’s progress from the previous day. We think the results will surprise you.

 

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About EnjoyHi5!Autism Babymiracle2005

Wife 15 years, Moomie 5 years, community leader, disability advocate, events planner, strategic trainer, FUNdraiser, blogger, social networker
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  1. Albert says:

    What a great post, thanks for sharing!

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