As an Outreach Coordinator, duties can extend beyond your title and encourages you to explore a prosperous future for community, family, and the individual under a creative umbrella.
TO MAKE THIS CRAFT YOU WILL NEED Tissue Paper…
If you’re looking for a fun summer activity that will cool your kids you have to try painting with ice!
What You Will Need: • String• A scrap of heavy…
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Check out these paper airplane crafts! The goal of this experiment is to test which design is the best at long distance flight. How far can your throw go?
Items needed: 1 empty water bottle1 cup of…
Cultivate Behavioral Health & Education is proud to have coordinated the donation of over 500 pounds of canned, dry goods, and diapers to multiple local food pantries across the nation, including the San Antonio Food Bank, Tinley Park Food Pantry, Mid-South Food Bank, and more. Partnering with local food banks and collecting donations encourages our communities to get involved in the fight to end hunger. Everyone’s support puts wholesome food on the tables of hungry children, families, and seniors. Thanks to all the generous donors who participated in our Autism Awareness Month Food Drive!
Have you ever considered becoming a Registered Behavior Technician? If you love helping children grow into the best version of themselves while having the patience and consistency to walk along side them while they strive to reach their goals, pursuing a career in ABA Therapy as a Registered Behavioral Technician might be the perfect career path for you! Learn about the position, qualifications, and peek into the day of an RBT.
In today’s discussion we will talk about what pairing is, how to pair, why it is important, and finally going through some scenarios of what pairing looks like. Pairing is a way to establish yourself as a reinforcer for your child. Some people may also refer to this as building a rapport. During the pairing process, you want to establish yourself with things your child finds enjoyable.