Posts Tagged ‘behavioral therapy’

Ten Tips and Tricks to Keep you Sane this Summer

Summer is here! While the kids enjoy their freedom and fun, parents face new challenges with the lack of routine. Here are some ideas to help you and your children through the transition and the long days of summer. 1. Plan ahead. Whether you are sending your children to camp, exploring new activities or planning…

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Parent Corner! Life with Dina

A Behavioral Therapy Success Story By Sheryl Silver, an Achieve Parent Frazzled, forlorn and frustrating. Life with my Dina was just that. At just 7 years old, she was holding me captive through her unruly and aggressive behaviors. My daily life was disrupted; I could not take my kids to the grocery store, the pizza…

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Rejuvenation for Mothers of Special Needs Children

For the first time ever, Achieve is hosting a night out for caretakers of special needs kids. The Oasis of Appreciation and Relaxation will be held on Tuesday, June 5 at 5:30pm at the Pinelands Family Success Center in Pemberton Township, NJ. The idea came to me after a conversation with Karen,* a mother of…

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Honoring All Moms of Special Needs Children

Happy Mother’s Day! On this special day, we’re honoring all the amazing mothers of special needs children. Being a mother of any child is both challenging and rewarding. Parenting a child on the Autism Spectrum is significantly more challenging and that much more rewarding. Today, we recognize the mothers who hold hands, smile, encourage, advocate,…

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Successful Autism Day at Six Flags

Welcome to the Achieve Behavioral Therapy new blog! If you like what you see, please subscribe here or come back for more updates. You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter. I had the pleasure of attending Autism Day at Six Flags Great Adventure, hosted by Gersh Academy and Custom Education Foundation. This was a…

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