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OVB celebrates Teach Children to Save Day

The key to building financially strong individuals and communities is education at a young age. Many people see financial responsibility as limited to adults, but it’s never too early to teach children how to be money savvy. 429 more words

Personal Finance

Telehealth: More Access to What We Need

By Jen Mullins, BS, CTRS, MATP Staff

Earlier this year, I had an experience that I think many of us have had: I was home sick with a cold/virus/etc. 562 more words

Self-Care

M & I have had a couple crazy weeks. We’ve been posting less on Instagram and haven’t had time to write posts. I was sick and have had long days on days I was able to work. 884 more words

Dean's ABA Week

I have some exciting new for all of you. I am going to be working from home on Saturdays and taking one day Wed to Friday off of work. 470 more words

Lifestyle

PBIS is Broken: How Do We Fix It?

Why Haven’t They Done That Yet

So in an earlier post, I discussed PBIS and how it is ineffective in schools. The jumping off point for this post will be a research report studying PBIS using a Randomized Controlled Trial. 4,826 more words

Personal - Education

Win a copy of my book!

Featured in the latest edition of Positive Kids magazine.

To read the article properly online (without a magnifying glass) this is the link

Autism