My Child is Trans, How Can I Best Support Them?

Feb 12, 19 My Child is Trans, How Can I Best Support Them?

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My Child is Trans, How Can I Best Support Them? From Jor-El Caraballo, Talkspace Therapist Raising a child is not an easy process. It requires a lot of dedication and sacrifice. Parenthood is filled with great expectations for one’s child, and often requires a lot of hard work and support. This is wonderfully captured in a quote by...

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Therapy: What is sensory integration therapy? Is sensory integration better than ABA?

Feb 11, 19 Therapy: What is sensory integration therapy? Is sensory integration better than ABA?

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What is sensory integration therapy? Sensory integration therapy (SIT) is a technique used to treat sensory processing symptoms commonly associated with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). It is not a cure, but a way to help the individual (usually a child) become desensitized to improper functioning in the three sensory processing...

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Autism awareness basketball games at the Hussman Center!!

Feb 09, 19 Autism awareness basketball games at the Hussman Center!!

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Autism awareness basketball games at the Hussman Center!! From The Hussman Center We are excited to share the flier for two autism awareness themed basketball games – hosted by the Towson University Men’s and Women’s  teams at SECU arena! Please see the flier below for details and how to get FREE TICKETS!! TOWSON UNIVERSITY...

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DisabilityScoop: autistic girls are sometimes invisible

Feb 05, 19 DisabilityScoop: autistic girls are sometimes invisible

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From DisabilityScoop Girls On The Spectrum Often Go Unnoticed Nichole Lowther has heard the word her whole life. Bright, even charming, she nonetheless never felt comfortable in groups or making small talk. A hard worker, she had a tough time finding or keeping a steady job. Could it have been her unvarying wardrobe, her lack of...

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Maryland DSP Training Consortium for direct care staff

Jan 31, 19 Maryland DSP Training Consortium for direct care staff

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From Maryland Developmental Disabilities Administration Maryland DSP Training Consortium for direct care professionals The Maryland DSP Training Consortium was awarded an EARN Grant by the state of Maryland in July 2017 to develop professional competencies, pilot a curriculum, and create a credentialing process based on existing...

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