Evidence & Outcomes

A Behavioral Services Blog

As a leader in providing behavioral services for children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) Trumpet Behavioral Health is at the forefront of new research and applications for Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Here our experts share their insight on behavioral consulting, education and training for parents, educators and healthcare professionals involved in caring for those with autism.


IEPs – Gearing Up for the New School Year

August 24, 2015, Andy Mullins
Andy Mullins

Author: Terri Wright, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA – Terri was a general educator and special educator for 18 years. She received her Master’s Degree in Special Education,…

Top 5 Autism-Friendly Events in Chicago

August 10, 2015, Andy Mullins
Andy Mullins

ASD-Friendly Event Suggestions From Team Trumpet Chicago Chicago; a city that never ceases to have something new to do! Whether it be a pop up market,…

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Part Three: Managing Problem Behaviors in the Community (Prevention & Recurrence)

July 1, 2015, Andy Mullins
Andy Mullins

Managing Problem Behaviors in the Community is a 3-part series focused on providing resources for families of an individual with special needs.  Click here to…

Part Two: Managing Problem Behaviors in the Community (Reinforcement & Function)

June 26, 2015, Andy Mullins
Andy Mullins

Managing Problem Behaviors in the Community is a 3-part series focused on providing resources for families of an individual with special needs.    Click here…

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Part One: Managing Problem Behaviors in the Community (ABCs of Behavior)

June 24, 2015, Andy Mullins
Andy Mullins

Managing Problem Behaviors in the Community is a 3-part series focused on providing resources for families of an individual with special needs.  Most any parent…

Community Safety Skills – National Safety Month 2015

June 4, 2015, Christina Henderson
Christina Henderson

  What are Community Safety Skills? Community Safety Skills are any skills that an individual needs to be safe and independent in the community setting….

The Importance of Coordinated Autism Care

May 6, 2015, Brandi Marcaletti
Brandi Marcaletti

The symbol of a puzzle piece for Autism Spectrum Disorders epitomizes the complexity of treating this population. Just as there is no single, straightforward manner…

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Evaluating the GFCF Diet

March 30, 2015, Andy Mullins
Andy Mullins

Conclusive evidence used in reference to this blog is derived from scholarly journal article “The Gluten-Free, Casein-Free Diet and Autism: Limited Return on Family Investment,”…

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Teaching Skills: Properly Disposing of Trash Items When Told

March 18, 2015, Andy Mullins
Andy Mullins

Trumpet Behavioral Health offers help with planning skills activities for use by parents, caregivers, grandparents, teachers and paraprofessionals. Trumpet Behavioral Health is the creator of…

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A Brief Introduction to the World of Telehealth

March 10, 2015, Layla Abby
Layla Abby

Access to ABA Therapy Expanding Through Technology As the incidence of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) in children increases, the demand for professionals with expertise in…