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10 Essential ABA Facts for Parents in New Jersey

When parents receive an autism diagnosis for their child, they are often overwhelmed with information and options. However, one term that frequently rises to the forefront is Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy. Many questions and concerns naturally emerge: What is ABA therapy? How can ABA therapy help my kid with autism?

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Stimming and Autism: Understanding without Judgment

Stimming and Autism: Understanding without Judgment

Stimming is a term generally used to describe repetitive movements or actions that may include hand flapping, rocking back and forth, spinning objects, or vocal sounds, to name a few commonly associated stimming behaviors displayed in autism spectrum disorder (ASD). This self-stimulatory may be perceived as seemingly unusual or unnecessary to neurotypical folks but serves

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Elopement in Autism

6 Strategies to Address Elopement in Autism

When we search for the term “Elopement” online, the first thing that will appear is the classic definition of secretly running away with a partner. However, the significance of elopement in autism is something that, as parents and caregivers of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), we must pay attention to as it poses a significant risk to the health and well-being of our children.

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Routines for Autism

10 Strategies to Implement Routines for Autism

Life can be overwhelming for anyone, regardless of their ability or mental health status. However, for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), daily life can be particularly challenging due to the unique way their brains process and respond to the world around them. An effective way to help mitigate this overwhelming sensation is by implementing a structured routine for autism.

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Children on the Spectrum

10 Celebrities with Children on the Spectrum

In the world of fame and bright lights, there is a parallel story that often goes unnoticed – the story of celebrities with children on the spectrum. Like any other parent, they face the complex yet inspiring task of providing care and support for their loved one with autism.

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An adult man sits on his doorsteps and reviews his RAADS-R test results on his phone

Discover the Value of the RAADS-R Test for Adult Autism Detection

At ABA Centers of New Jersey, in addition to providing autism services in Woodstown, Trenton, Paterson, and various parts of the Garden State, we are also passionate about supporting neurodivergent individuals and families. In this blog, we offer valuable insights into the RAADS-R test, its history, and how it works.

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Animal Therapy for Autism

Animal Therapy for Autism: 3 Incredible Advantages

Beyond being comforting companions, furry pets play a significant role in our lives, providing more than just loyalty. Animal-assisted therapy, as confirmed by the National Library of Medicine, can significantly enhance an individual’s physical, psychological, and social well-being, especially in mental health contexts. This information is notably beneficial for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), underscoring the immense value of animal therapy for autism.

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A mom happily directs her child through ADOS-2 Autism Assessment testing.

ADOS-2 Autism Assessment: A Comprehensive Exploration

The Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule-Second Edition (ADOS-2) is a standardized assessment tool that healthcare professionals and researchers utilize. This tool assesses social communication, interaction, and behavior in individuals suspected of having ASD and applies to all ages beyond 12 months.

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autism research

Autism Research: A Decade of Acceptance

Autism is a complex neurodevelopmental disorder that affects approximately 1 in 36 children in the United States, according to the CDC. Over the past decade, there have been significant advancements in our understanding of autism and how to support individuals with this condition effectively, including the changes in the diagnosis criteria.

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