Office is closed on Columbus Day, Monday October 12, 2021

Hello everyone,   Our administrative office will be close on Monday, October 11, 2021, for observance of Columbus Day.  Reopen on Tuesday, October 12, 2021. Have a very blessed day

Our office will closed on September 6, 2021

Our office will be closed on September 6, 2021, in observance of our Nation’s Labor Force. We will resume normal operational hours on September 7, 2021

Opening of our clinic in Hopkinsville

Positive Reinforcement ABA Therapy Inc.  Offers services to families in over 16 states and growing.  Our services are in-home, and community, and school settings. We are opening our first clinic in Hopkinsville, Kentucky.  The company began one of our owners would not accept physicians stating that her son would never be a productive member of society due…

Office closed on Monday 5th, 2021

Re-open on Tuesday, July 6th at normal hours

Office Closed for Memorial Day

Our office will be closed on May 31, 2021, in Observance of Memorial Day  

Services Lacking for Adults with Autism and Their Families Featured Topics, Healthcare 05/26/2021

In the latest National Autism Indicators Report, researchers from Drexel University’s A.J. Drexel Autism Institute examined surveys of family members of autistic adults who use Developmental Disability services, and found needs for additional supports like respite care and assistance to plan for crisis and emergencies, especially among families whose adult lived with them. Data from…

Utah police undergo autism awareness training through new law mandate

Police officers in Utah will undergo mandatory training to learn how better to interact with people on the autism spectrum — the result of legislation that passed in March and took effect this month. The new law requires all police officers in Utah have “training in intervention responses to autism spectrum disorder and other mental…

Office administrative office will be closed for training

Our administrative office will be closed for training, beginning the morning of 4/19, reopening Monday 4/26/2021. We will be checking our emails periodically throughout the week and responding to any urgent matters as needed. You may also call our main office number at 877-315-8080 if there is an emergency, and someone will return your call…

How first responders command the emergency: When someone with special needs goes missing

The call comes into the police department for a missing person. Sometimes it’s regarding an adult who didn’t show up for work. It might be a teenager who has run away from home. It might be a child who got separated from their parents while on an outing. Police train for these kinds of missing…

Keep Your Relationship Strong: 8 Tips for Military Parents Raising Children With Special Needs

Research shows raising a child with special needs can test a marriage. As a military family you have a strong foundation to work from, but the ability to depend on one another and teamwork are key. With determination, communication and the tips below, you can keep your relationship strong and your family thriving. Both you…