Posts Tagged ‘collaboration’

How Technology will Shape the Future of Autism Therapy and Form the Backbone of Multi-Disciplinary Collaboration

It is an exciting time to be working in the field of autism. The amount of research being conducted on autism diagnosis and treatments now cuts across many disciplines and specialized fields. At major conferences, it is not unusual to hear about breakthroughs from geneticists, psychologists,...

Unique Collaboration for Youth with ASD

Despite the abundance of supports available today to help young people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), many youth are still struggling behaviorally. In most cases families do everything they are advised to do by professionals, but their children are still getting suspended from school, causing...

A Community of Caring Agencies Unites to Support Families in Camden County, NJ

First Children Services and the Rowan Integrated Special Needs (RISN) Center are organizations that specialize in providing clinical services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in New Jersey. Many of the youth who these agencies serve are eligible for or already...

Connections for Transition Success

The value of connections and collaborations between families, schools and organizations for smooth student transitions from high school to adult supports is immeasurable. This critical time period, often referred to as “the cliff,” deserves renewed attention as we strive for successful...