Recently, some members of the Behavior Department were fortunate enough to attend a lecture on Behavior and Anxiety. The lecture was given by Jessica Minahan, M. Ed, BCBA, an experienced public school consultant who focuses on understanding the variables that may lead to students acting out. Jessica is also the co-author of The Behavior Code: …

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Thank you to all who served and sacrificed for our country. Especially Dr. Arnold Vetstein, who founded League School after serving in both the Navy (WWII) and the Army (Korea). Dr. Vetstein received the Bronze and Silver stars for his heroic service. To learn more about Dr. Vetstein and his incredible life of service, check …

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Download the full flyer by clicking here Designed to improve and elevate educator knowledge and expertise about teaching autistic students PreK- through transition to adulthood, this 15-credit program is based on both current research and information from the autistic self-advocacy community. The program is also designed to align with the Massachusetts Department of Elementary …

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Sports Illustrated takes a close look at individuals on the autism spectrum participating in sports.  As the article's overview states, it examines "the remarkable and under-reported shift away from conventional wisdom - people with autism are participants, fans, and in some cases, even become elite athletes themselves."  The individual stories that are related are both …

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