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Motivating Attention
Published April 9, 2018
By Heather L. Paul, M.Ed., BCBA, BSL In today’s world with so many distractions, it seems almost impossible to get someone’s attention, especially our kids'. We are competing with cell phones, other handheld devices, social media - you name it. I ca…
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ABA Therapy: Care that Brings Hope
Published April 4, 2018
By Kathleen Stengel, M.S., BCBA, LBA About eight years ago, I got a call from a mom whose two-year-old son had just been diagnosed with autism. I’ll never forget her first words: “No one will help me.” Doctors had told this mom that her son would pr…
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Celebrating Tatum's First Year
Published April 1, 2018
Tatum has had more surgeries and hospital stays in his first year of life than most people have in a lifetime. And when Tatum wasn’t in the hospital for feeding tube surgery or jaw surgery or a tracheostomy, he and his parents, Bridgette and Tory, w…
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A Nurse's Calling: Devon Fowler
Published March 28, 2018
Devon Fowler knew from an early age that she wanted to help others as a nurse, but when she faced the challenge of raising a special needs child of her own, she found an even more profound way to care. “After Elle's diagnosis I had so much more comp…
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Lawson Turns One
Published March 26, 2018
Lawson’s first year of life has been a difficult one. Born at 26 weeks in March of 2017, Lawson was in the hospital for 300 days before he came home. He was born one pound and eleven ounces, with a congenital heart disease and respiratory issues. He…
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