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We’re thrilled to share a major milestone: Trumpet Behavioral Health, alongside affiliates Therapeutic Pathways and […]
Behavior analysts have well-established tools and procedures to teach kids with autism to ask for the things they want. Teaching vocal language when your child is ready can be life-changing.
Poison Awareness week is March 20-26th and Trumpet Academy’s Team Members have come together to provide the following helpful hints on how to prevent your child from getting into harmful items.
Morning routines can be broken up into easily accomplishable steps and tasks. With Daylight Saving upon us, we provided a morning routine for your child with autism.
Learn 5 ways experts recommend teaching kids with autism sentences to help improve your child’s communication skills.
Helping your child with autism learn to dress themselves can be challenging, but Trumpet Behavioral Health provides strategies for child dressing skills.
As the parent of a child with autism, you may qualify for financial support from the federal government. In this blog, we’re taking a deeper look into the financial benefits available for you.
When we teach children with autism in different ways, like through play, they make progress, exhibit higher levels of independence, and gain greater self-confidence.
Some children can be selective eaters, especially around unfamiliar or disliked food. Learn some strategies to help your child feel more comfortable with food.