Tag Archives: ABA

Virtual Training Teaches Parents To Manage Autism Behaviors

[Source: Disability Scoop] New research suggests that virtual training can help parents learn to address behavior issues in their kids with autism, a development that could be especially meaningful amid the pandemic. In situations where families are unable to access … Continue reading


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Parents Fight To Continue ABA Therapy

[Source:  New York Daily News] Parents argue a one-on-one therapy approach to autism is the best method available for toddlers, and are taking their fight for it to court for thousands of children in New York City preschools and elementaries. … Continue reading


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ABA Corner: Successfully Navigating Puberty & Adolescence with ASD

Editor’s Note:   We were reading in the ABA Skill Share Group on Facebook and happened upon this wonderful presentation.  Becca Marie was kind enough to share it with us and gave us permission to post it here for everyone to … Continue reading


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Judge: Insurer’s Guidelines For ABA, Behavioral Health ‘Tainted’

[Disability Scoop] MINNEAPOLIS — A UnitedHealth Group subsidiary breached its fiduciary duty by adopting coverage guidelines that did not reflect general standards of care, a federal judge said this week in a ruling that advocates say could help improve coverage for … Continue reading


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States Skirting Obligation To Cover ABA Therapy

[Source: Disability Scoop] Despite a federal mandate nearly five years ago, several state Medicaid programs are still failing to cover treatment like applied behavior analysis for children with autism, advocates say. In 2014, the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services issued a … Continue reading


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