Why are we okay with these odds?

Applied Behavioral Analysis (also known as ABA) has only a 50/50 chance of "working." And that number gives all of the credit to the "therapy" and none to the child's natural development, assuming that between the years of ages 3 and 6 the child would make no progress on their own. However, there is an... Continue Reading →

Test for Neurotypicality

[Image of a black and white crowd with red "Test for Neurotypicallity" is intended to be a satire of doom and gloom posts about tests for autism.] I was scrolling through all my "Saved" links on Facebook when I was reminded of this link. It's a bit tongue-in-cheek, but it tests for "neruotypicality" (which I've... Continue Reading →

Fall Themed Joint Activities

We did this last fall and we're doing it again this fall! Fall is my favorite time of year, and I try to bring it about as soon as possible indoors, even if the outside insists that it's still summer. I looked through my old posts and realized I totally forgot to blog about this... Continue Reading →

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