- Aggressive Behaviors or Intense Energy?
- Throwing and Screaming
- Dealing with Self Abuse
- How to Handle Aggression from Your Child
- Why Your Child Isn't Sleeping
- The Difference Between Meltdowns and Tantrums
- Why Your Child Has Tantrums
- Holding Objects
- Seven Simple Tips to Try When Your Child Cries or Tantrums
- Getting Started With The Son-Rise Program
- Structured Play & Choosing Toys
- 7 Tips for Navigating the Holidays
- Unusual Eating Habits
- Top 7 Autism Books for the Entire Family
- Tips for a Better Nights Sleep
- Tips on Changing Your Child's Diet
- Tips for Recruiting Son-Rise Program Volunteers
- Use an Interest in Electronic Devices to Create More Social Interaction
- Putting the FUN Back into Toileting!
- 10 Fun Games with a Blanket!
- Creating New Games
- 5 Fun Games to Initiate
- Newspaper and Magazine Autism Articles
- 10 Holiday Hiccups - and how to prevent them
- Is My Child Autistic?
- Oprah Winfrey Interviews Barry (Bears) Neil Kaufman
- Wishers Learn Life Lessons From Autistic Son
- Out of a Distant World
- Chasing Autism Help
- Building a Bridge - Breakthrough Strategies for Reaching our Children
- Anything is Possible
- Light of Learning Comes On For Toby
- I Love You, Mommy
- Mum's Joy As Miracle Treatment Transforms Danielle And Shaun
- How The Son-Rise Technique Is Giving Power To The Child
- Breaking Through Autism
- Autism and The Myth of False Hope
- Parents Given Hope In Dealing With Autism
- The Son-Rise Program
- Opening Up The Options
- A Child Lured Out By An Emotional Connection
- He Beat Autism, Now Helps Others
- Family Believes The Sun Is Rising For Autistic Son
- Journey From A Silent Planet
- The Importance of Being Happy
- Parenting by Intention
- Assistance For Autistic Children
- One Moms Son-Rise Program Journey
- Champion Support for Final Dartmoor Ride
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- Autism Treatment Webcasts
- Breakthrough Strategies for Autism Treatment
- An Introduction to The Son-Rise Program
- Comparing The Son-Rise Program with ABA
- Principles of The Son-Rise Program
- Creating Games for Your Son-Rise Program
- High Functioning Autism & Aspergers
- Get Your Child Talking
- A Son-Rise Mom Answers Your Questions
- Decision Making in the Playroom
- Aggressive Behaviors
- Son-Rise Family Journeys
- ABA vs The Son-Rise Program: Video Series
Autism Information & Research
- You have stated that there is hope for every autistic child? Isn’t that offering “false hope”?
- Will The Son-Rise Program work for me?
- My child has High Functioning Autism and/or Asperger Syndrome. Would the program still be helpful?
- Will I learn more through The Son-Rise Program Online than I am learning by reading Raun K Kaufman's book, Autism Breakthrough?
- Is your program effective with older children, teenagers and adults?
- I know that your program has been very effective in increasing social interaction, but can it also improve academic and daily living skills?
- How can I get help with my child's tantrums and aggressive behaviors?
- Everything I have read states that my child has a permanent, lifelong disability with minimal hope for substantial progress, is this true?
- Does my insurance cover the cost of The Son-Rise Program?
- Does my child need a diagnosis in order for me to use The Son-Rise Program?
- Can The Son-Rise Program be used in conjunction with other therapies?
- Do you have research and studies that support the efficacy of The Son-Rise Program?
- I am intrigued by your approach of “joining” my child’s repetitious behaviors (“isms”), but I’ve been told this will just make him do it more. Is this true?
Archived Q&A Sessions
Creating Games for Your Son-Rise Program
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Video Webcasts – Son-Rise Teachers Give Insight
Creating Games for Your Son-Rise Program – Inspire your child with new activities for the playroom! with Kate Wilde, Director of The Son-Rise Program
The Autism Treatment Center of America has produced Creating Games for Your Son-Rise Program® to help you understand how to create specific, fun, easy to develop games for your child on the autism spectrum. Kate Wilde, Director of The Son-Rise Program, gives a delightful explanation of how to recognize and use your child’s unique motivations to create simple, fun games built around your specific social goals for your child based on The Son-Rise Program’s Developmental Model. Kate gives examples of games and provides guidance for how to create many games to develop social skills, eye contact, flexibility, and more, for all children with autism or Asperger’s syndrome.
Video length: 19:17 mins