As a parent of a child with autism, ADHD, or developmental delay, the transition from early intervention to the first year of school is a significant milestone that can evoke a mix of excitement and anxiety.
In this article, we’ll explore the significance of allied health collaboration and offer insights into how three crucial disciplines (Behaviour Analysis, Speech Therapy, and Occupational Therapy) can work together to support your child’s growth and development.
The Key Worker model is instrumental in delivering effective support and services, particularly within the realm of behaviour analytic therapy for individuals grappling with autism and other disabilities.
Parenting children with disabilities, including autism, presents unique challenges that can be both emotionally and physically demanding.
Autism is a complex neurodevelopmental disorder that can present unique challenges and opportunities for growth.
In the world of autism therapy, parental involvement is key. At the Lizard Centre, we recognise the pivotal role parents play in their child’s development.
In this blog, we’ll explore some valuable tools and techniques to help parents of children with autism navigate their parenting journey with strength, resilience, and emotional balance.
In this blog, we’ll explore some of the most effective PBS strategies to create a supportive environment for your child’s learning and growth.
In addition to Behaviour Support, a Behaviour Analyst can help your family in a variety of ways. A BCBA can also help family members understand their child’s needs, communication style and the function of any behaviours of concern.
Today’s blog post will focus on using ABA therapy to teach new skills, which quite often is why families will come to the Lizard Centre in the first place. They want to understand how to help their child learn.