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Anxiety and autism

Anxiety and Autism: What is the Connection?

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD), as the name suggests, affects each individual differently. No two cases of autism are identical, and each person on the spectrum experiences unique challenges that require comprehensive and tailored care. However, one particularly prevalent aspect of autism that many individuals share is an interconnection with anxiety. This close relation between anxiety

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Kids and a teacher gather around a laptop to review the ADDM Community Report

5 Major Takeaways From the 2023 ADDM Community Report

ABA Centers of New Jersey understands the significance of these metrics for improving autism care. We’ve seen firsthand how fast these developments and statistics can change and how these changes can present challenges in the reliability and effectiveness of autism diagnoses for our country’s children. Here’s an analysis and breakdown of some key insights from the 2023 ADDM Community Report so you can stay up-to-date.

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Autism and Playing

The Important Connections Between Autism And Playing 

Autism and playing: The same fact has remained steadfast across periods and countries—kids love playing. Play is an essential aspect of childhood development. It is a natural and spontaneous activity that brings children joy and contributes significantly to their cognitive, social, emotional, and physical growth. For children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), play holds a

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Child with autism being diagnosed

What Happens After Your Child’s Autism Diagnosis?

The most important thing to remember if your child receives an autism diagnosis is that you are not alone, and it is not your fault. According to statistics on autism issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in 2022, 1 in 44 kids has been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Although the

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Child in a ABA Therapy sitting at a table

How ABA Therapy works

There’s a saying in the world of autism: “If you’ve met one person with autism, you’ve met one person with autism.” The fact is that individual needs exist for each person with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). If you’ve looked into options for a loved one with autism, you’ve likely heard about Applied Behavior Analysis (or

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