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Enedelia Sanner
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mom of 2. consulting behavior analyst. greater kansas city. autism. effective teaching. home programming. language. social skills. academics. parenting. adoption.
mom of 2. consulting behavior analyst. greater kansas city. autism. effective teaching. home programming. language. social skills. academics. parenting. adoption.

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My Memory of Dr. Donald Baer
I had the lovely opportunity of attending college and graduate school at the University of Kansas. I'm grateful I was able to attend when I did, when the program was small and the faculty were legends (Baer, Wolf, Morris, Bushell, Sherman, Sheldon, Miller, ...

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Summer! and Shut the Front Door!
I know it has been a while since I posted last. I'm practically starting a new blog now! No, I know, I was fairly unreliable before so even I am wondering if I'll be able to keep this up. It's worth a shot though! This summer I am staying home with my child...

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Toothbrushing!
Yesterday I had my 6-month cleaning at the dentist's office. While I was sitting there, I thought I would do a little research.  Here are the ADA's recommendations for toothbrushing.  :) * The American Dental Association recommends that we begin brushing a ...

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Teaching Skills: Task A-What?
"In or Out" Program Update: The kids are remembering to take off their shoes AND to shut the doors on the way in or out of the house! Score one for the momma! We still need some work coming in or out when they are talking to someone in or out of the house (...

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Shoe Tying
Okay, teaching children to tie their shoes does not have to be difficult. It usually just takes practice (lots of trials) and a consistent method. I've seen lots of different ways of tying shoes but this is the one with which I've had the most success. A ta...

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How Young is Too Young?
I have to admit, I was a "behavior analyst" long before I became a parent. When I started using ABA to teach children with autism in 1996 it just "made sense" to me. The data analysis, adjusting teaching based on performance, shaping, prompting, fading, all...

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I fixed the pictures so the post should be more helpful. :)

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Jen, I have no idea what happened to the pics! :( I will upload some new ones tomorrow. Sorry about that. If you want, I can come over and give you a personal tutorial! :) ...tomorrow. :)
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