Does She Understand Us? Nonverbal Autism Communication

What’s up guys welcome to the vlog it’s Sunday for us we’re hanging out we were hanging out now We’re now. We’re working around the house stuff. Hey, AB. What are you doing you watching TV? Is this like? That…

A Son With Autism Gets A Home Makeover

– Hey, I’m Kane. A couple months ago, I helped Kristin from Ladylike redecorate her desk. You all seemed really into it. After that, I helped Freddie redecorate her bedroom space so she could spend more stress-free time in there.…

A.I. Reveals Autism-Linked Changes in “Junk” DNA | SciShow News

[♪ INTRO] Scientists know that autism has a genetic basis. Studies have found that genetic factors may explain anywhere from 56 to 95 percent of autism’s features. But so far, it’s been really hard to identify exactly what those factors…

Treating Autism: Why My Verbal Behavior Approach is Different & Better

Treating Autism: Why My Verbal Behavior Approach is Different & Better

I recently did a podcast on the ten ways I believe my verbal behavior approach is different and better for kids with autism so today in this short video blog I want to give you the top three ways I…

Autism in Children:  Teach the Body Parts to Promote Exercise

Autism in Children: Teach the Body Parts to Promote Exercise

Rowan and I are here again to show you body part identification, which is probably one of the most important things for you to teach to your children or the adults you’re working with, because remember when we are teaching…

Can People with Autism Help Create Next-Generation AI?

Can People with Autism Help Create Next-Generation AI?

– I think the biggest misconception within the autistic community is that it’s a monolith. That it’s a community in which there are no social skills, there are no communication skills. (uplifting piano music) This is unbelievably frustrating for somebody…

Should You Be Teaching Children to Apologize? | Autism & Teaching “I’m Sorry”

Should You Be Teaching Children to Apologize? | Autism & Teaching “I’m Sorry”

I had a question come in last week from Amy who is a participant in our online course and community and she said she had an idea for a future video blog. She said if you could address the issue…

Physical Prompting for Children with Autism | Ethics and Autism

Physical Prompting for Children with Autism | Ethics and Autism

Kids with autism often require a lot of physical prompting, especially when they are learning new tasks. But in my two decades in the autism world, I’ve seen a lot of physical prompting that would definitely be considered physical restraint…