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How Shakespearean Therapy Helps Kids with Autism

Posted by The SAILS Group in Members Blog, 20 January 2017 · 1,436 views
autism, autism awareness and 1 more...

It’s no surprise that children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have unique needs, and there are now many therapeutic approaches and methods to help these children learn social skills. Since many children with ASD struggle with maintaining eye contact, recognizing emotions, and taking tur...


Regression in Autism: What We Know

Posted by National Autism Network in National Autism Network, 17 March 2016 · 2,501 views

Regression in Autism: What We Know New evidence has revealed a “near universal” truth about an aspect of autism that has traditionally been a highly debated topic in the field. We are referring to the presence of regression, or a loss of skills, in autism. There are anecdotal reports from parents about children who seemingly develop typically for the first years of life only to quickly she...


ABA Therapy Payment Application Best Practices

Posted by Robinsons2 in ABA Therapy Billing Services—Helper's Heart, 14 January 2016 · 1,946 views
billing, accounts receivable and 5 more...

ABA Therapy Payment Application Best Practices A critical area in ABA Therapy insurance reimbursement is the payment application process. Follow these tips and steps as best practices for this area of revenue cycle management and you will always be on top of the game.

We’ve talked about Billing best practices , and I’m a firm believer that investing up front in timely and accurate billing will pave...


How did the measles vaccine controversy start and why won't it go away?

Posted by Robert Naseef Ph.D. in Autism and the Family, 20 February 2015 · 1,787 views

http://thinkingmomsr...2014/09/MMR.jpg Facts areFacts are stubborn things, but study after study and warning after warning doesn't kill the intense fear that many parents have about vaccinating their children. My son, Tariq, received the MMR vaccine (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) in 1981 around the same time that he lost his s...


My purpose

Posted by DannyBoy in Drew's Voice, 05 February 2014 · 2,374 views

Hello.  My purpose for this blog is to give my son a voice and celebrate his triumphs, however small they may be.  There is a great quote "The man who moves a mountain begins by carrying away small stones."   -Confucius.  We believe it's so important to celebrate even the small victories because they contribute to very large victories.  I hope...

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