ABA & children with Medi-Cal

Disability Rights California, National Health Law Program, and Western Center on Law and Poverty are conducting an investigation regarding the provision of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) Therapy to children in Medi-Cal.  ABA is an evidence-based, clinically proven treatment for children with autism and autism spectrum disorders.  Some children have received ABA through regional centers, privateContinue reading “ABA & children with Medi-Cal”

It’s Time for School: Building Quality Education Programs for Students with ASD

School Districts across the country are struggling to meet the needs of students with ASD. Budgets are tight making it is hard to think about being proactive when there are not enough dollars to even cover day-to-day operations. However, districts have found that developing quality education programs for students with autism can actually result inContinue reading “It’s Time for School: Building Quality Education Programs for Students with ASD”

Mondays, Meltdowns & Change

Mondays are always such a draining day. Monday’s are my day off and they are longgggg. Ha! Ha! We all work long and hard around here! I woke David up at 7:00AM and got him out the door to catch the bus to preschool. I turned back around and woke Christian up for breakfast andContinue reading “Mondays, Meltdowns & Change”

A Saturday at home

Today seems to be a pretty calm day for both boys. There have been no melt downs, yet, but there have been a few tantrums and some rebelling. I’m usually at work every Saturday, but my mom is sick so i stayed home with the 3 musketeers. This morning i thought there was going to beContinue reading “A Saturday at home”