Why Autism “Awareness” Is Not Enough: Autism Acceptance is the Key

Autism (ASD) has become one of the fastest growing socially and psychologically recognized diagnoses in recent years, with an average 1:68 children being diagnosed. These numbers have consistently grown in the last 5 years. Better and faster diagnostics may be one contributing factor to the rise in numbers, as well as earlier quality interventions being […]

The Community Outing: Parent Empowerment 101

The thought of a community outing can bring about significant anxiety for both mom and child. Pulling off such a huge feat must require an entire behavior support team (clinical director, behavior analyst, therapist, interventionist, supervisor and case coordinator) along with several seasoned special education teachers and a few logistical strategists just for good measure, […]

6 Easy Tips for Better Eye Contact

Hey everyone! We are expanding here at The Autism Analyst! Check out our blog tab on our website and click on “Request a Blog” to send us your blog requests. All published ideas will include a shout-out and a sincere thank you for your idea. This blog idea about eye contact tips for Autism comes […]

Rapid Prompting Method (RPM): Autism’s Newest Trend or Bogus at Best?

Hey everyone! I hope you’re all having a great week! I would like to begin this blog with a little background for you. As most of you should know, I have been in the field of ASD and behavior management for 14+ years and have worked with a wide array of children, teens and young […]

Start Your Day with a Cup of Positivity…

Howdy everyone! Thanks for another amazing week of checking out our blog, emailing us your questions and signing up for the latest on Autism intervention and family support! It truly does take a village to raise a child, and we’re very happy to be here answering your questions, providing informative blogs and meeting with our […]