In April 2022, Dimensions ABA will be supporting All in for Autism. For further information: https://allinforautism.org/
In-Person Event: April 24, 2022
All in for Autism 2022 5K/10K Run/Walk will benefit Kindering and other autism related organizations, plus Rotary projects that benefit children and their families.
Updates from the state: This is a summary of new and significant information posted to the King County COVID-19 website at www.kingcounty.gov/covid
New blog post from the Public Health Insider
COVID-19 is an emerging, rapidly evolving situation.
Get the latest public health information from CDC: https://www.coronavirus.gov .
The Ben's Fund Mission is to provide support to children and young adults with autism through financial assistance and guidance.
Ben’s Fund, provided through the FEAT of Washington, is a resource that may be available to families who need financial assistance with services specifically related to autism spectrum disorder treatment. Ben’s Fund provides grants of up to $1,000.00 per child.
All of our families have access 24 hours/ day to review their child current programs and progress. Here is the direct link - https://datafinch.com/
Dimensions ABA continues to have a clinical setting open during COVID. We are using 19 HEPA air purifiers within the clinical setting and our staff are wearing N95 masks and glasses. We continue to go outside for recess breaks and work on language and social skills. The treatment of social skills remains one of the most challenging areas in meeting the needs of individual with autism. We continue to work with peers and peer modeling of a task and the children will engage in the task together. We will work on taking turns, group game play, sports and a variety of other skills during the outside time.
Telehealth – variously known as teletherapy or telebehavioral health, or telemedicine – is a concept that has been in use in many other healthcare specialties.
The results so far have been quite promising. That’s why more and more licensed clinical practitioners in the U.S. are turning to telehealth in order to maximize the services provided to ABA therapy clients. Through connectivity and communication technologies like the Internet and videoconferencing, behavioral experts are providing ongoing effective therapeutic care to clients.