Ann P. Kaiser, Ph.D is the Susan W. Gray Professor of Education and Human Development at Peabody College of Vanderbilt University. She also is the author of more than 175 articles and chapters on early language and behavior interventions for young children with disabilities and children growing up in poverty. Dr. Kaiser’s research focuses on
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Our Friendship Club in the LA office is off to a great start this summer . Every Wednesday from 3:30 PM until 6:30 PM the kids meet with their therapists and practice social skills in a variety of dyads and small groups. Hollie has been excelling at leading this group and organizing themed activities. This
In STEPPS is always focused on providing the very best clinical care to our families, but the truth is that we can only provide the best clinical care if we have the support of an excellent administrative team. We are lucky to have that! Today we celebrated and showed our gratitude
This month, In STEPPS Academy opened its doors to its first families. Our credentialed teacher Sam and two Registered Behavior Technicians welcomed families and students to their first day of school. In STEPPS Academy is a nonprofit, private prep school designed to meet the educational and therapeutic needs of children on the autism spectrum.
Summer is almost over, but the sun is still out! Try these three summer activities to stay cool and active. Here are some of our favorite summer activities: Obstacle Course Water Slide Grab a water slide, cones (or items that act as cones), and an object to jump over (rope, water noodle, sprinkler), timer
During the first couple of years of life infant development happens in spurts and at an incredible rate of change. Most infants grow into walking and talking toddlers by the middle of their second year of life, and the pace at which these changes occur can vary tremendously across children. No two children develop at the same pace