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Goal Setting in the New Year

Reflect back

Reflect back on 2015, focusing on the accomplishments and gratitude that are forefront on your heart. What are you proud of? What were the defining moments?

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5 Tips for Autism Parents’ Self-Care

Kristen Cooper, MA, LMFT, BCBA, is Clinical Director of Trumpet’s Wisconsin and Illinois regions. Kristen has been working in the field of autism services for over 15 years and boasts experience in a variety of settings including home,

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IEPs – Gearing Up for the New School Year

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, Consultation & Collaboration with Autism Emphasis from Arizona State University in 2012 and became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) in 2014.

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Top 5 Autism-Friendly Events in Chicago

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, neighborhood block parties, or beach celebrations,

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Community Safety Skills – National Safety Month 2015

 

What are Community Safety Skills?

Community Safety Skills are any skills that an individual needs to be safe and independent in the community setting. Some examples are:

How to cross the street safely
Community sign identification
Staying near a parent or in a designated location and holding hands
Abduction prevention
Local navigation and transportation
Tolerance of items/sounds/places in the community

Why are they important?

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The Importance of Coordinated Autism Care

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 in which we treat all those with an ASD diagnosis,

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Evaluating the GFCF Diet

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,” taken from the ‘Journal of Early Intervention’ 2013 35:3,

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