Congratulations to Jane Sondern and Lindsey Bronstein on passing the BCBA exam!!
We have new enrichment programs being offered at the clinic!
Congrats to our Clinic Therapist of the 3rd Quarter "Susan Farrell"
ABA4u supports the "Go The Distance For Autism" Bike Event.
Congratulations to our Therapist of the 4th Quarter "Shawn Cappell"
Hundreds of young professionals, including a bunch of Wall Street traders and a Sports Illustrated swimsuit model, partied last night at a swanky rooftop hotel in downtown Manhattan.
It was all for charity, though.
Autism Speaks to Young Professionals (AS2YP) hosted one of its popular charity galas at Ph-D at the Dream Hotel.
An attempt to stop incorrectly linking Aspergers and Violence in the Wake of the Tragedy in CT
Players from the Jersey Penguins Pee Wee Youth Hockey team visited the ABA4U NJ Center
for Autism and Related Disorders to teach the kids how to play hockey!
Why is Autism Awareness Month important?
The CDC recently released new rates that estimate the prevalence of Autism Spectrum Disorders in our country. In the United States an estimated 1 in 88 children are diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. In New Jersey, the rate is even more alarming- at 1 in 49 children diagnosed as being on the spectrum. Living in a community that includes a large number of children with autism and related disorders, makes it very likely that you will interact with families dealing with autism at some point in your future. It is imperative to share the facts about Autism with your friends and family, and your children as well. They will have an increased understanding about what these children and their caregivers are experiencing, and how they may be able to help.