The Hines boys (left to right): Zak (21), Jonny (14), and Tyler (16) at our cousin’s wedding in March 2015. We can suit up with the best of ‘em!

The Hines boys (left to right): Zak (21), Jonny (14), and Tyler (16) at our cousin’s wedding in March 2015. We can suit up with the best of ‘em!

The community of Veritas Collaborative understands the confusion, frustration, and exhaustion of going through life’s transitions while also dealing with an eating disorder. Read more on the different ways Veritas Collaborative offers their support by visiting http://veritascollaborative.com/blog/2013/09/looking-through-the-lens-of-community and for more insights on eating disorders visit http://veritascollaborative.com/.

The community of Veritas Collaborative understands the confusion, frustration, and exhaustion of going through life’s transitions while also dealing with an eating disorder. Read more on the different ways Veritas Collaborative offers their support by visiting http://veritascollaborative.com/blog/2013/09/looking-through-the-lens-of-community and for more insights on eating disorders visit http://veritascollaborative.com/.

"What is 'Functional Communication' anyway?" by Leica Anzaldo | ASNC Training Manager

What is “Functional Communication” anyway?

Folinic Acid 800 mcg -Hypoallergenic- 180 Capsules

Kirkman Cardiovascular Support - Folinic Acid 800 mcg -Hypoallergenic

Many people with autism have difficulty making eye contact.  And many people with autism are stared at by people who don't have autism.

Many people with autism have difficulty making eye contact. And many people with autism are stared at by people who don't have autism.

Different Types of Stimming- (Visual) - staring at lights, repetitive blinking, moving fingers in front of the eyes, hand-flapping  (Auditory) - tapping ears, snapping fingers, making vocal sounds  (Tactile) - rubbing the skin with one's hands or with another object, scratching  Vestibular (sense of balance) rocking front to back, rocking side-to-side  (Taste) - placing body parts or objects in one's mouth, licking objects  (Smell) - smelling objects, sniffing people.    #autism #aspergers…

Different Types of Stimming- (Visual) - staring at lights, repetitive blinking, moving fingers in front of the eyes, hand-flapping (Auditory) - tapping ears, snapping fingers, making vocal sounds (Tactile) - rubbing the skin with one's hands or with another object, scratching Vestibular (sense of balance) rocking front to back, rocking side-to-side (Taste) - placing body parts or objects in one's mouth, licking objects (Smell) - smelling objects, sniffing people. #autism #aspergers…

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