Autism, High School, and ABA, Oh My!

        The transition to high school is exciting and terrifying all in the same.  Some students – with or without Autism – may be overwhelmed by new peers, teachers and the school itself.  Peer pressure becomes a more significant aspect of daily life. High school is a time for teenagers to gain new freedoms […]

ABLG TV interviews President of National Autism Association on Safety

We had the great fortune to sit down with Wendy Fournier, President and one of the Founding Board Members of the National Autism Association. She is also parent of an individual with Autism.  We got to talk about wandering and elopement, and we learned some fresh perspectives on taking a “multi-layered approach” to addresses these behaviors. […]

Special Needs Vendor Fair – Sewell, NJ

The Everything Special Needs Radio show presents: A Special Needs Vendor Fair WHEN: July 27th 7-8PM EST (during the radio show) TO TUNE IN: 1360 AM WNJC or online TO JOIN IN PERSON AND MEET THE VENDORS: 123 Egg Harbor Road, Suite 302, Sewell, NJ Join ABLG Clinical Manager Christen Russell on the radio […]

Drowning Prevention

Prevent Safety Accidents for people with Autism

Summer is here… which means water, water EVERYWHERE! Today’s post is a little sobering, but we don’t feel we’re doing anyone a service if we beat around the bush.  So many individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders are attracted to water.   Summer means open pools, and lakes, rivers, and streams that are running and appealing.  […]

Free Mini-Conference for Parents in Livingston, NJ

The Alliance of Private Special Education Schools in New Jersey presents its Third Annual Spring Mini Conference on Saturday, May 16th, 2015 from 8:30am-1pm. The event is FREE OF CHARGE and takes place at the Eisenhower Conference Center at 290 Mount Pleasant Avenue, Livingston, New Jersey. Titled “Setting Your Sights on Success: A Parents’ Toolkit […]