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    Danielle Fowler

    Danielle Fowler

    Danielle Fowler has had an interest in child psychology since high school. After pursuing her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Early Childhood Education at Elon University in 2017, Danielle went on to learn more about the child development realm. She earned her Ed.M in Human Development and Psychology from Harvard Graduate School of Education in May of 2018. By July of that same year, she was knee deep in the work of a behavioral counselor at The Manville School, a therapeutic school in Boston, offering proactive social, emotional, and academic supports to students with a range of psychological diagnoses. This job has provided Danielle with a plethora of hands on work and personal experiences working with students on the autism spectrum. Danielle has recently been accepted as a PhD Candidate in School Psychology at UMass Boston and will dive deeper into learning about positive behavior interventions and supports (PBIS) models. Her overall career goal is to become a school psychologist and to work clinically with similarly presenting students as those at her first job site.

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    Printable Classroom-Ready Plans

    Summer is near end and it’s almost time to head back to school! Gearing your child up for a normal school routine after summer fun is no easy feat; however, practice makes perfect! We know children with autism thrive..
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    7 Tips To Get Your Child Back Into The School Routine

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    Topics: Autism & Transitions, Advice for Parents and Caregivers

    Julia, the new character on Sesame Street can help all children better understand autism Sesame Street is a treasured TV show that has educated children worldwide for more than 50 years. It has brought characters like..
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    5 Ways Sesame Street’s Character, Julia, Teaches People About Autism Spectrum Disorder

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    Topics: Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Infant/Toddler (0-3), Elementary (4-12), Articles

    Letters from the CEO

    Use zones of regulation and occupational therapy insight to find the best coping strategies for your child with autism The phrase “coping strategy” can be thrown around often in the autism (ASD) community. But what are..
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    Coping Strategies: Find What Works Best For Your Child with Autism

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    Topics: Autism Treatment Options, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Parents, Articles

    Recognition of Stages Learning Materials Contributions & Excellence

    Two BCBAs explain ABA and how to determine the level of support needed to ensure success for each child with autism Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) is a common practice used with individuals with high functioning..
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    What is Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) And How Can It Help My Child With Autism?

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    Topics: Autism Treatment Options, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Parents, Articles

    Language Builder ARIS Complete Autism Curriculum

    These six tips will help you create a proactive environment in your home to foster task productivity and offer solutions to address undesired behaviors before they arise. By adopting a proactive approach, you are..
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    Six Proactive Solutions for Challenging Behaviors At Home: Advice from a Behavioral Counselor

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    Topics: Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Parents, Articles

    A family's bond is one of the strongest, purest forms of love. Each component is essential - parents, siblings, and extended family. When we consider a family consisting of a child with autism, the familial ties become..
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    A Parent’s Guide to Supporting Siblings Of Children With Autism

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    Topics: Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Interviews from the Field, Parents, Articles