Culver City- CA — November 9, 2011 – Autism Spectrum Therapies (AST), understands how hard it is to manage the stress of the holidays and maintain routines that are critical to children who are on the autism spectrum. However, with a little planning and a mindset toward teamwork, families can reduce stress this holiday season. In order to help you with this planning process our expert therapists put together a list of tips for maintaining order and routine during the holidays.
To download the full tip sheet or for more general information about AST and our ABA services visit our website at http://www.autismtherapies.com/holiday_tip_sheet You can also find us on FaceBook and Twitter.
Autism Spectrum Therapies (AST) provides services to infants, children and adults with developmental disabilities, as well as young children who are at risk. AST’s family friendly approach is rooted in Applied Behavior Analysis, which has the strongest and broadest evidence-base. The company provides services in family’s homes, communities, and schools.
AST is committed to being the premier provider of services to individuals with developmental needs at a national level. Through the use of scientifically proven methods, AST has had a major impact on the lives of thousands of children and their families. Programs are available for clients from infancy to adulthood. AST’s programs address all developmental needs, including language development, social skills, and building independence across the lifespan.
AST is proud of its prestigious leadership and uniquely trained staff. The company has over 500 employees including an unprecedented number of Ph.D.’s and over 60 Board Certified Behavior Analysts, Speech Pathologists and Occupational Therapists on staff. With a strong presence in the autism clinical and research communities, AST continues to make a positive impact on a national basis.
We invite you to explore our website www.autismtherapies.com and discover how Autism Spectrum Therapies is helping individuals with autism achieve their full potential.