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Thrive Autism Solutions Blog

Targeting Social Skills: Simple Strategies for Children and Teens

Posted by Thrive Autism Solutions on Dec 5, 2018 11:06:00 AM

 

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Tags: Tips, Parenting, ABA Therapy

The Importance of Coordinating Care

Posted by Thrive Autism Solutions on Nov 2, 2018 2:17:21 PM

If it takes a village to raise a child, it takes many villages to provide quality services to children with special needs. Each village is made up of professionals with specific knowledge. They speak different languages and have different rules, but children receive the best services when everyone works together. Providers also benefit, gaining skills and building relationships with each other. This collaboration is so important it has a name - coordination of care.

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Tags: Autism, Applied Behavior Analysis, ABA Therapy

Helping Siblings Understand Autism

Posted by Thrive Autism Solutions on Oct 3, 2018 1:00:00 PM

Families of individuals with autism understand the daily struggle of everyday tasks and interactions. For siblings, understanding how to interact with that family member can be challenging. Young children often don’t know how to react to a sibling with autism. They may shy away from that sibling and not want to participate in activities. When supporting a child with autism in your family, it can be helpful to know how to help everyone better understand their sibling with autism.

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Tags: Parenting, Tips

How to Build Rapport with Clients with Autism

Posted by Thrive Autism Solutions on Sep 5, 2018 10:05:58 AM

Imagine a trip to the dentist or doctor’s office when you already suffer from heightened sensory experiences or are unable to communicate.  Would that environment feel comforting or would you fear the worst?

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Tags: Tips, Autism, Tips for Professionals

Autism Spectrum Disorder Resources for Teachers

Posted by Thrive Autism Solutions on Sep 3, 2018 11:30:00 AM

It is BACK TO SCHOOL time! The start of school is both a time of joy and a time of caution for parents of children with autism as they know the challenges that come with adjusting to changing schedules. For teachers, the start of a new school year brings new opportunities.

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Tags: Tips, Autism, Tips for Professionals

Autism Travel Tips for your Child

Posted by Thrive Autism Solutions on Aug 2, 2018 9:15:00 AM

Having your child with autism travel can be a challenging task and can limit your experiences as a family.  Those challenges may increase when traveling with children with autism. Be prepared, it may require a few more steps.  

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Tags: Tips, Parenting

Antecedents Behaviors and Consequences - the ABCs of Behavior

Posted by Thrive Autism Solutions on Jul 9, 2018 2:00:00 PM

When starting applied behavior analysis therapy (ABA) with your child, you are introduced to a whole new world of terms and acronyms which can be very confusing.  An extremely common acronym is ABC or ABC data. ABC refers to a behavior sequence and stands for Antecedents Behaviors and Consequences.  Taking data on the ABCs is important because it helps your treatment team understand why problem behavior occurs. It is also important to help us track the effectiveness of behavior interventions.  Below we break down two of three components of the ABCs; the antecedents and the consequents.

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Tags: ABA Therapy

Thrive Autism Solutions Now Open in Little Rock!

Posted by Thrive Autism Solutions on Jun 19, 2018 10:20:00 AM

Thrive Autism Solutions is now open in Little Rock, Arkansas! We are pleased to be the largest ABA therapy provider in Arkansas and Missouri. We are beyond excited to bring our top quality therapy programs and support services to the families of Little Rock and surrounding area.

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Tags: Autism, Applied Behavior Analysis, ABA Therapy

What is CARF Accreditation and Why is Accreditation Important?

Posted by Thrive Autism Solutions on Jun 4, 2018 3:00:00 PM

CARF is the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities, which means that they are in charge of ensuring that the health and human service companies you use for personal and family services are going to provide you the highest standard of care possible.

CARF and the organizations that have earned accreditation believe you deserve quality services, and that you should not only be fully informed about those services, but also have a choice in how those services are carried out.

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Tags: Safety, Credentialing

What is CASP and how does it help you?

Posted by Thrive Autism Solutions on May 2, 2018 12:00:00 PM

As a care provider for your family, Thrive wants to make sure we are the best we can possibly be, and we do that by learning from the best. That’s why our organization is a member of CASP, or the Council of Autism Service Providers.

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Tags: Professional Development, Credentialing