Those Facing the Challenges of Autism Need Our Support

By Sam Tober Marginalized groups have always existed in our society, and it’s encouraging to see that movements like #MeToo and Black Lives Matter are being heard. Sadly, there is still a population who rarely gets the attention it deserves — the 1-in-54 Americans who live with autism spectrum disorder. They also deserve inclusion — …

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Wellness Tips During COVID

By Fallon Nickelsen Amid ever-changing information about the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us are feeling heightened and heavier emotions. Incorporating some mindful practices into your daily routine can help build healthy coping skills that can promote grounding and relaxation. Being mindful doesn’t have to look a specific way. It can be a very small addition to your daily regimen …

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My COVID Story – Maddie S.

Adjusting to COVID-19 at Work By Maddie Scott Is your department still open for business during COVID-19? Yes, but our in-person services are on suspension until further notice. We are however still offering telehealth sessions/services for parent training as well as webinars to provide helpful behavioral-based information and suggestions for families. How has the COVID-19 spread affected your department? The entire …

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