Oh, Esther Esther. In our careers, certain clients emerge as catalysts, shaping our paths in ways we never imagined. Then there are those who impact us as profoundly as our own children. Esther was the latter for me. My journey with her at Yaldeinu, while running the boys’ class, was nothing short of transformative. Property… Continue reading Career Defining Clients
By Terryn Ononuga A note to ABA professionals and others on how we can improve our empathy and interactions with caregivers of people with autism. Raising a child is hard work. There’s no disputing that fact. Raising a child on the ASD spectrum can be an overwhelming experience for families. It is important that as… Continue reading R-E-S-P-E-C-T!
By Sara Russell, BCBA, LBA I was a shy 12-year-old when Bruchy was coming home to the Wolf Residence for midwinter break from Boston Higashi. It was the first time I would be meeting my new foster sister, and I was filled with eagerness to please the Wolfs, my foster parents at the time. With… Continue reading The Big Bang