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Ever since Cultivate was born into existence, we had this mission of being an anomaly in the autism services industry. We wanted to play the game so that our staff and patients could win and thrive, and we were determined to never settle for mediocrity. We had the clinical expertise to ensure that our patients would excel, yet we really needed to focus on building an operational culture that was commensurate with our clinical excellence. That has proven to be one of the most rewarding and challenging professional ventures of my career.
UNO for kids with autism: A Game Adaptation. Are you working with students who are struggling to engage in play-based activities with friends? This can be so very isolating for our students. It can also be isolating for our students in the home environment, as they may have very limited activities that they enjoy sharing with their parents and siblings. So how are we to help them increase these very vital and socially significant behaviors? Modifying leisure so that it can be fun for all is a great first step