Author Archives: Ever Learning

4 Practical Tips to Prepare Your Child with Autism Transition into Adulthood

Every child with autism will come across a period when he or she needs to transition to another school, another milestone in life, another house, etc. As a parent, preparing for this process early will make things easier on the entire family, not just your child with autism. In life, transitions are one of the […]

5 Behavioral Strategies for Parents with Children Diagnosed with ASD

Are you a parent of a child diagnosed with autism? If so, have you ever asked yourself, “How can I teach my child to brush his teeth?” “What is motivating to my child?” and maybe even “What can I use to reward my child?” These are common questions that many parents with a child on […]

4 Steps to Start Communication Training With Your Child

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 40% of children diagnosed with autism are non-verbal. Because of their inability to communicate, they become frustrated. As their level of frustration escalates, the situation often turns into the child exhibiting behavioral issues. Functional Communication skills is, first and foremost, one of the most important […]

Treating Food Refusal & Selectivity in Children With ASD

<< Back To Dashboard This 120-minute webcast provides an overview of the use of applied behavior analytic principles to assess and treat food refusal and selectivity. Feeding problems in children with ASD is treatable. The same as any challenging behavior, the behavior must first be assessed to determine the maintaining variables and determine potential reinforcers. […]

Toilet Training 101: How to Get Started

<< Back To Dashboard This training is only 60-minutes in length and designed to provide you with practical tips and techniques that you can implement immediately after our training sessions. During this training, you will learn: How to get started: How to create a simple plan, deciding a method, and gathering supplies Review common toileting […]

Creating and Interpreting Graphs for Behavior Analysts

<< Back To Dashboard This 120-minute webinar will provide an overview of the importance of visual analysis in the field of behavior analysis, discussing how and when to utilize different types of graphs, and provide practice in creating graphs using Microsoft® Excel. Outcomes: Upon completion of Creating and Interpreting Graphs for Behavior Analysts participants will: […]

The Great 8 for SLPs and ASD

<< Back To Dashboard This 120-minute recorded webcast will explore the topic area necessary for speech-language pathologists to possess in order to provide effective and evidenced-based interventions for children with autism spectrum disorder. In this webcast, we will review the following teaching methodologies: 1. Behavior-based intervention 2. Collaboration within a multi-disciplinary team 3. Use of […]

Psychopharmacology of Autism Spectrum Disorders

<< Back To Dashboard This 100-minute webinar will provide non-medical professionals with knowledge on the use of psychotropic medicines in ASD and allow them to answer questions such as: How do these medicines work? When and why should they be considered? How do we monitor their effects? What works in children and adolescents with ASD? […]

Social Work Ethics

<< Back To Dashboard This 120-minute recorded webcast provides a history of social work ethics with implications for modern day practice. As history shows and we will review, social work’s concern with ethics spans four major, sometimes overlapping, periods: 1) the morality period, 2) the values period, 3) the ethical theory and decision-making period, and […]