Category Archives: autism

Well, shit, Autism.

I just read that a new study puts autism at one in 91 children, and one in FIFTY-EIGHT boys. Good grief.

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Yesterday, I was sitting in Starbucks (Shout Out!) reading The Vaccine Book by Robert Sears, M.D. (who went to Biola for undergrad-Shout Out!), when an excitable seeming woman about my age approached me. “Are you thinking about vaccinating your baby?!” … Continue reading

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Applied Behavior Analysis

The thing about the kind of therapy I do is that I can’t just place the blame on things out of my control when my kiddos mess up. Sometimes that’s a factor, but the point of ABA is that you … Continue reading

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