Tag: Autistic

ABA Terms Defined: Continuous Schedule of Reinforcement

Did you know that the kids with Autism who benefit the ABA therapy are the ones whose parents have the best understanding of the techniques used by their therapist. This video is part of a very special series called ABA Terms Defined. It is designed to help parents like you understand the terms your therapist is using so you can…

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3 Signs Your Child May NOT Have Autism

Have you noticed your child has a language delay and you are wondering if he may be on the Autism Spectrum? There is a ton of information on the signs of Autism. But, the truth is, it is easy to read into something autism symptoms that are not there! Here are 3 Signs, Your Child Probably DOES NOT Have Autism!…

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Can an Autism Diagnosis Level Change?

Autism Has Three Levels? Wondering if Your Child’s Diagnosis Level Can Change Over Time.. In This Video Jessica Sheds Some Light on This Topic. PS We Apologize for The Audio Issues on This Video. We Did Our Best to Correct Them. Disclaimer: This video is intended for information purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose or treat any medical…

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Understanding an Extinction Burst

Imagine the following scenario. It is is a hot summer day and you have a million errands to do. You have been running back and forth from store to store trying to get home in time to get your child off the bus. You are parched but there is no way you have time for to stop and get an…

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Why Is My Child Lining Up Toys? Is it Autism?

In this short video, Jessica explains why some children with Autism do things like lining up toys and whether or not it is something you should interrupt. For more information about Autism symptoms in toddler visit my blog at Http://www.HopeEducationServices.com Is your Autistic child starting school soon? Check out my free e-book: Http://www.schoolwithautism.com Are you frustrated no matter what you…

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3 Simple Sensory Activities Activities You can Do with Stuff You Already Have at Home

In this video, Jessica will show you three simple sensory activities you can do at home with things you already have. We know that many children require constant stimulation and buying sensory toys can be really expensive. This activities are incredibly simple yet are effective and fun. Credits: Photo: Morguefile Sound effect: Incomputek Intro: Graeme Kan Video Production: Highlander Productions…

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Why does my ABA therapist ask me for food?

In tonight’s video, i will answer the question every parent eventually asks their ABA therapist. Why does my therapist ask for food! Enjoy and email your questions to Jessica@Jessicaleichtweisz.com Credits: Photo: Morguefile Sound effect: Incomputek Intro: Graeme Kan Video Production: Nathan Bedford Disclaimer: This video is intended for information purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose or treat any…

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What is ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis)?

ABA or Applied behavior analysis is the number one treatment for Autism. ABA therapy, sometimes called verbal behavior, primarily consists of discrete trial training and natural environment training. Both are critical methods for teaching children with Autism. <br> <h3>Auto Generated Captions</h3> you hi and welcome back tonight we’re going to talk about what a B is and what it stands…

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