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Tanya

California
My name is Tanya Savko. I am a writer and the mother of two sons. I am also the southern Oregon chapter rep for the Autism Society of Oregon. My older son, Nigel, was diagnosed with autism at age three, in 1997. Between the ages of three and six he received intensive ABA-based therapy, which I believe was essential to how well he is able to function today. Unfortunately, negative peer...

Innovativepiano

California
I am the President and Founder of Innovative Piano, Inc. We provide individualized piano education to students with autism from across the country. My goal is to continue to personally train ABA Therapists and piano professionals in our method and help bring the piano into the lives of individuals affected by ASD. I started the program in a small private school for children with...

SupportGroups.com

Los Angeles, California
SupportGroups.com is for individuals, friends and families who are looking to connect during life's challenging times. Share personal experiences, evaluate information and get support during times of need, illness, treatment or recovery. SupportGroups.com is part of a Network of Health Related Sites which gives our Community access to tens of thousands of health related...

ACHS

Portland, Oregon
Dorene Petersen, President and Founder of the American College of Healthcare Sciences, holds a BA in Archaeology and Anthropology from Otago University, New Zealand, a Diploma in Natural Therapeutics from the South Pacific College of Natural Therapies in Auckland, New Zealand, and is a certified acupuncturist with specialized training in Chinese herbal medicine and moxibustion. In addition...

Petar Dugz

kenya, Kenya
Hello.    My name is Petar Dugz.  I am a blogger and a network marketer.    I do write article mainly on health related concerns that shape our various lifestyles. You already know that health is the back bone of your lifestyle, don’t you? I have been interested in health for many years now. Since I didn’t want and couldn’t be a medical...

Nicole Beurkens

Caledonia, Michigan
Nicole Beurkens, PhD, founder and director of the Horizons Developmental Resource Center in Caledonia, Michigan, is a licensed clinical psychologist with a doctorate in Clinical Psychology and a master’s degree in special education.  She holds a professional teaching certificate and has been certified in many specialized therapies for Autism, ADHD, and other neurodevelopmental...

Your Therapy Source

United States
The Your Therapy Source blog offers information on pediatric occupational therapy, pediatric physical therapy and special education. Stay informed on recent research, read activity ideas and articles on sensory motor skill development in children. We have a focus on autism, cerebral palsy and sensory processing disorder.
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Lee W.

West Palm Beach, Florida
Lee A. Wilkinson, PhD, is an applied researcher and practitioner with a special interest in developmental psychopathology. He is a nationally certified school psychologist, chartered educational psychologist, chartered scientist, and certified cognitive-behavioral therapist. His research and professional writing has focused on behavioral consultation and therapy, and children and adults...

Braxton P. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenComplimentary & Alternative Medicine

Pagosa Springs, Colorado
Blog author Braxton Ponder is a Licensed Acupuncturist whose work has taken him around the world, exposing him to a broad range of healthcare systems and practices. He draws upon this background, as well as his ongoing clinical experience, when he offers news analysis and commentary about healthcare and healthy living. His articles also examine insurance systems and policy decisions that affect...

Peggy Lou Morgan Patient ExpertHealth Maven

LaPine, Oregon
I am Mom to Billy Ray, who became our son at 15 months of age, and is now 26 years old.  It has been quite a journey.  He is without a doubt my best teacher.  The things I have learned for and from him are shared in my blogs and websites and in Parenting Your Complex Child (AMACOM Books 2006) and Parenting An Adult with Disabilities or Special Needs (January 2009). For a...