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Sunday 21 Jan 2018

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Kids playing blocks

Independent Play and Leisure Skills

By Abby Twyman, M.Ed., BCBA In the summer parents tend to struggle to keep their kids engaged for long periods of time. For typically developing children this is a problem, but it may be even more of a problem for […]

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Riding Bike

Teaching Your Kid to Ride a Bike

Article by Abby Twyman, M.Ed., BCBA Teaching any child to ride a bike can be a difficult task. Add in the physical difficulties some individuals with autism have in


Indoor Leisure Activities: Music and Dancing

Article by Abby Twyman, M.Ed., BCBA One thing I've noticed across my time working with kids is that music and dance tends to connect us all. It requires no


Let’s Go Fishing

Article by Abby Twyman, M.Ed., BCBA Growing up in Alaska, fishing was a part of my life from the very beginning. To this day I can think of nothing

Kids Playing Ball

Summer Time is Recreation Time

Article by Abby Twyman, M.Ed., BCBA Happy July Autism Community! We are in the heat of the summer, some of us more literally than others, and some of us

Preventing Accidents in the Home

Article by Abby Twyman, M.Ed., BCBA This infographic, provided by Muhammad Saleem from, is a great resource for families relating to how to prevent accidents in the home.


Pedestrian and Street Crossing Safety

Article by Abby Twyman, M.Ed., BCBA When I completed my student teaching during my master's program I spent 5 months in a pre-vocational program for individuals with moderate to

Why is My Child Eloping and What Can I Do?

Article by Abby Twyman, M.Ed., BCBA As with any problem behavior, it is essential to first determine the function of the behavior. This is the WHY. There are two

Child Running

What is Elopement?

Article by Abby Twyman, M.Ed., BCBA Elopement is when a person leaves an area without permission or notification which usually leads to placing that individual in a potentially dangerous

Corssing Street

National Saftey Month – How to keep you child with autism safe

Article by Abby Twyman, M.Ed., BCBA Individuals with autism, just like everyone else, need to be taught the skills necessary to prevent and respond to dangerous situation. The month