Early Autism Project Blog

Holiday Tips for Parents of Children on the Autism Spectrum

Written on December 20, 2018 at 11:59 pm, by

The holiday season is officially here, and you know what that means! Parties, family, fun, traditions, and (too many) delicious treats. With the many wonderful elements of the holidays, however, come some challenging ones for our children on the spectrum. This time of year can bring about things like travel, noise, anxiety, stress, change of View More

Tips for Making Halloween Autism and Sensory-Friendly

Written on October 12, 2018 at 1:26 am, by

Most all children love to celebrate Halloween, and we want our EAP kids to feel comfortable enjoying the holiday too! Celebrating Halloween can create a few challenges for kiddos prone to sensory-overload – so we’re sharing a few tips to help your family do a little preparation planning for the spookiest day of the year! View More

Emergency Weather Policies and Programs – Hurricane Florence

Written on September 11, 2018 at 5:49 pm, by

To our EAP families, As the potential for more severe weather increases and the arrival of Florence is imminent we want to remind you of or introduce you to our emergency and weather policies and programs. If you are in or evacuating to a city we support, we can and will be ready to help. View More

Early Autism Statement Regarding Settlement

Written on August 2, 2018 at 5:55 pm, by

Early Autism Project reached a financial settlement with the federal government solely to allow us to continue our focus on providing life-changing Applied Behavior Analysis therapy to children with autism spectrum and related disorders. We admit no wrongdoing and the Corporate Integrity Agreement with the government clearly states that the terms apply to Early Autism View More

Early Autism Project Compliance Hotline

Written on July 25, 2018 at 3:12 pm, by

Below is a copy of a letter sent to all Early Autism Project client families on February 1, 2018. Dear EAP Parent or Guardian: ChanceLight is committed to transparency, integrity and professionalism in all that we do. Our Compliance Department was established to help fulfill this commitment. During the last several months, we have established View More

Celebrating ChanceLight’s Servant Leaders: 2017 Servant Heart Award Winner, Clara Herrick (Corporate)

Written on April 10, 2018 at 2:25 pm, by

Celebrating ChanceLight’s Servant Leaders: 2017 Servant Heart Award Winner, Clara Herrick (Corporate) Each year, a select group of ChanceLight employees are recognized for consistently demonstrating patience, kindness, humility respectfulness, selflessness, forgiveness, honesty and commitment – all of the attributes that define Servant Leadership. Servant Heart Award Recipients love what they do, support their co-workers and View More

Celebrating ChanceLight’s Servant Leaders: 2017 Servant Heart Award Winner, Spencer Ramsey (Behavioral Health)

Written on March 27, 2018 at 6:25 pm, by

Patience, kindness, humility respectfulness, selflessness, forgiveness, honesty and commitment are the principles of servant leadership, and these words perfectly describe Board Certified Behavior Analyst Spencer Ramsey, M.Ed., our Servant Heart Award recipient for ChanceLight Behavioral Health. As a Senior Behavioral Analyst, Spencer uses Applied Behavior Analysis therapy to help children with autism reach their full View More

Public Schools Can Help Close the Ethnicity-Autism Gap

Written on March 13, 2018 at 4:33 pm, by

By Mark Claypool & John McLaughlin March 08, 2018 It’s official: As of February 27, the U.S. Department of Education is proposing a two-year delay on implementing an Obama-era rule that identifies significant disproportionality by racial or ethnic status in the administration of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Currently, the rule is slated View More

9 Things Teachers Wish You Knew About Learning Disabilities

Written on November 30, 2017 at 9:53 pm, by

There are many types of learning disabilities When you hear about learning disabilities, you probably think of school children having trouble with reading, writing, or math—and that might mean dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia respectively. But learning disabilities are neurological processing problems that take many forms. They can be manifested in hearing (auditory processing disorder), speaking (language processing View More

Pre-K Learning Support: Getting Help for Very Young Children

Written on September 18, 2017 at 8:16 pm, by

It can be hard to be a parent – especially of young children.  I remember worrying over my two girls – are they developing properly?  What can I do make sure I give them the best chances possible in life?  Mark K. Claypool and John M. McLaughlin are CEO and Director of Research and Analytics View More

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