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12-16-2013 - Generous support from individuals like you supports the mission of the Association for Science in Autism Treatment (ASAT), which provides meaningful information about Autism to parents, professionals and practitioners. Take a moment to learn more about ASAT, and consider giving a donation to help them remain at the forefront of Autism research. http://ow.ly/rOeXj
12-11-2013 - This is a great story! Zach turns his experiences with Asperger's and interest in education into a career with the publishing company whose book impacted his life years prior. http://ow.ly/rGgup
12-06-2013 - At Trumpet Behavioral Health, we believe in the power of each person to accomplish great things. We invite you to learn more about the behavioral health services we provide by visiting our website, and while you're there, be sure to take a look at our blog which is full of up-to-date information to help you as a parent or caregiver learn more about Autism and related developmental disabilities. http://ow.ly/rx3au
12-05-2013 - Please like and share this excellent video on "Early Signs of Autism" from the @KennedyKrieger Institute. Scientific literature indicates that the average age of ASD diagnosis is 4 years, despite the fact that about half of children with this neurodevelopmental disorder may be detected by age 14 months. We must work together to educate parents about early indicators of Autism in hopes of providing early intervention therapy to maximize each child's potential. http://ow.ly/rtZRp
11-29-2013 - At Trumpet, we use Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy in all of our treatments. ABA is a scientific, systematic and evidence-based approach to understanding and changing behavior. Learn more about ABA today!
11-28-2013 - Ramsey Porta, BCBA, a Senior Clinician with Trumpet Behavioral Health, provides perspective on why she's thankful for her involvement with the community of individuals with ASDs. “I am thankful for the little joys that get me through even the most challenging days. Even when things are not going the way that I would like them to, individuals with autism are always there to make me smile.”