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3.3.2020 COVID Update – Family Communication

TBH Families,

As media coverage and confirmed cases of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) continue to rise, we wanted to share some of what we do here at TBH to follow recommended guidelines for maintaining a healthy environment for our teams and families.

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Access to ABA Therapy Expanding Through Telehealth

Technological advancements have made remote ABA services a viable alternative to in-person services. Telehealth can connect health professionals, like ABA therapists, to patients in different geographical areas, or provide services to those that are unable to access face-to-face services.

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Travel Tips For Kids With Autism

Family vacations are a great way to spend quality time together, expand your worldview, and create life-long memories. In general, family vacations require a lot of planning and preparation, but for parents of children with autism,

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Autism Checklist For Parents

When your child is diagnosed with autism, it can be overwhelming to know what to do or where to turn for support. To help you navigate your child’s diagnosis, Trumpet Behavioral Health’s intake specialists have created the following checklist based on their years of assisting families affected by autism.

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Home For The Holidays

While breaks from school are a welcome period of relaxation for some, the disruption of routine and the abundance of activity could prove the exact opposite for your child with autism.

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Trumpet’s Gift Giving Guidelines

The holiday season is upon us, and with it comes the sentiment of gift-giving. During this time of the year, we like to remind families of our company policy on giving and receiving gifts.

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Tips for Thanksgiving Day

The holidays represent an extreme departure from the norm, and Thanksgiving is no exception. Between the hubbub of family, seemingly limitless amounts of food, and a meal served much earlier than the typical dinner,

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Advice for Caregivers

Whether you’re a parent, a friend, a family member, or some other kind of caregiver, you know that caring for a child with autism can be exhausting. With the holidays around the corner and the added pressure of holiday travel,

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Make Halloween Safe, Not Spooky!

For most kids, October is all about Halloween – from the costumes and decorations to scary movies and candy, the holiday is considered a favorite by many. But for kids with autism,

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