Workshops are moved to individualized ABA Telehealth communication. Please sign the Telehealth form.
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 for March 20, 2020.
Additional testing capacity for COVID-19 is arriving, but capacity is still constrained, and King County correctional facilities are taking steps to increase social distancing. Public Health announced 100 new cases of COVID-19 today, bringing the official case count in King County to 793. In addition, seven new deaths are reported, bringing the total of confirmed deaths in King County to 67.
Governor Jay Inslee announced that all schools in Washington will be closed from March 17-April 24. At this time, the order does NOT include closing child care and early learning programs. Child care and early learning programs serve a vitally important function in allowing parents to continue working and providing safe and enriching spaces for children to spend their days. Learn steps to help prevent and prepare for cases of COVID-19 in the child care setting.
New signs are available to print and post to help grocery stores, restaurants, child care centers and event organizers communicate the steps they are taking to minimize the risk of COVID-19 for customers and staff.
New blog post from the Public Health Insider
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/
We have closed our clinical location on 3/6/2020 due to COVID-19 and moved all of our services to in-home services. We continue to ask all of our families to practice social distancing as recommended by the CDC.
Link to Dr. Mary Barbera's blog page. "Topics include the early signs of autism, the chances of autism recovery, the importance of autism treatment, especially the use of ABA and the Verbal Behavior Approach."