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FREE ONLINE WORKSHOP
Stop Waiting and Worrying About Autism
3 Secrets to Turn Autism Around in any Toddler or Preschooler!
What You Will Learn In This Free Online Workshop:
SECRET #1: You have the power to increase talking and decrease tantrums in ANY toddler showing signs of autism!
SECRET #2: You don't need a diagnosis, team of professionals, or insurance coverage to begin turning around autism!
SECRET #3: Changing your child's or client’s life can start with only 15 minutes a day with significant results!
FREE GIFT for all who SHOW UP for the Online presentation
Hi, I’m Dr. Mary Barbera and I’ve been in the autism world for 2 decades, first as a confused parent, and then as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
For the past 20 years, I’ve worked directly with hundreds of preschoolers with autism and toddlers showing early signs.
Many of these kids are now talking, playing with peers, and attending school by using my proven ABA-techniques.
I hope you'll join me for this free online workshop!
Hear What Parents and Professionals Have to Say . . .
Sherry, Mom & Course Alumni
"When my son Matthew was 14 months old, the 10 words he had were suddenly lost and I was very concerned about a possible diagnosis of autism. Mary’s strategies were so easy (and fun!), and were very quickly effective in increasing his language. I’m happy to report that he is now 3 and talking like a 5-year-old!
Kelsey, Mom & Course Alumni
“I think it’s really easy to implement these techniques in just 20 minutes a day at a table and then throughout the rest of your day in your daily routine. I'm teaching my son 24 hours a day. Even if I had the best therapist in the world, I can't afford for them to be here 24 hours a day, 7 days a week."
Dana Garner, PhD, BCBA-D
"I tell parents all the time “Your best defense against autism is education. You’ve got to educate yourself.” I think it’s vital that parents start working early and educate themselves. That’s why I love the stuff Mary does because it’s very parent-friendly and it helps them figure out where to begin.