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Happy 4th of July!

By Rosemarie Griffin

My family and I want wish you a very happy and safe 4th of July!

We hope you are having a great start to the summer!

We are very excited for our SALE in the month of July! We are offering $75 off of Start Communicating Today and Help Me Find My Voice for the month of July. Use the coupon code: sunnysale75 to receive $75 off of each course! Check out all of our courses at ABA Speech here.

In this course participants will learn how to help autistic toddlers and preschool aged students start communicating. The topics of assessment, goal development, parent training and data collection will be addressed. A majority of the course is dedicated to early learner foundational skills and how to address these skills in therapy. Joint attention, among other skills are discussed at length. Sign up and use the code: sunnysale75

In this course, participants will learn the importance of using evidenced based and individualized instruction to help early learners with autism develop a way to communicate. Assessment, goal setting, specific intervention strategies, data collection and how to work with students with challenging behavior are discussed. Videos and handouts are used to illustrate these concepts. Sign up and use the code: sunnysale75

We are also excited to share with you that we will be launching a refreshed website with you soon! We have worked hard to make it more user friendly and give you easy access to free and paid tools to help you and your students. We can not wait for you to see it!


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