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Parent Resources

We have compiled various resources to try and assist you regarding your child and how our approach may assist.  Of course, for any additional information, feel free to contact the location nearest you.

For children with autism, practicing different life skills is important to establish independence. Whether it’s at home, at school, or in a new environment, your child will need a wide range of skills to adapt to different situations. By introducing these skills in their formative years, children with ASD will gain tools that increase their self-esteem and independence. 

To help your child, we’ve compiled a list of free resources that focus on social skills, motor skills, and more! These resources can be downloaded as a PDF or read on a tablet/phone. Check back often - we’re always adding new resources!

Additionally, we have a quarterly parent newsletter to stay in the loop on new developments in the industry, additional areas of support, and a note from our franchise team and BCBAs!

Social Stories

Social Stories, first developed by special education teacher Carol Grey in 1989, help children with ASD absorb new information in a child-friendly format. Using bright colors and fun images, social stories “fill in the blanks” of social interactions that many people take for granted. 

The goal of social stories is to help children adapt to new environments. Across several studies, social stories have been shown to improve social communication, conversational skills, and on-task behavior. To help your child learn new skills and reinforce lessons from our exceptional staff, we’ve prepared several social stories below: 


How to Calm My Body - In this short tale, your child will learn about regulating different emotions!

Quarterly Parent Newsletter

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