We’ve been providing Education and Behavior Services to people with disabilities in the San Francisco Bay Area since 2006. Ed Support Services has offices in Oakland, Antioch, Larkspur, San Jose, Dublin and Sacramento.
Here at Ed Supports, one of our values is fun! We embraced that value by giving our CEO Don Franks a great surprise when he returned from his birthday vacation. Happy Birthday Don! ... See MoreSee Less
We are excited to announce one of our Senior Clinical Directors, Dr. Kristi Miller, Ph.D., BCBA-D, MPH will be giving a presentation on Program Evaluation at ABAI in Chicago! She will be talking about aligning services with best practices, promoting organizational stability and demonstrating accountability to stakeholders. All important factors that bring quality services to our clients. Congrats Dr. Miller! ... See MoreSee Less
Today we celebrated our awesome Clinicians and all the amazing work they have been doing by having a boat race on Lake Merritt! The sun was out and the competition ran deep in our veins. Team Taco won one race and team Sharkdapus won another. Great fun on a beautiful day! ... See MoreSee Less
Hi Everyone! It is time to start think about Summer Camp! Time flies when you are having fun. We are hosting our summer camp in Orinda this year. It is filling up quickly so please go to our website and click on the link at the top of the page to reserve your spot! If you have any questions, please email email@example.com. We look forward to seeing you and your children at camp! ... See MoreSee Less
Scientists report a new degree of success in using brain scans to distinguish between adults diagnosed with autism and people without the disorder, an advance that could lead to the development of a diagnostic tool.
"In what advocates are hailing as a major step forward, the nation’s largest employer will require that all of its health insurance plans cover applied behavior analysis for kids with autism beginning next year." ... See MoreSee Less
Social media attention began for Sam after a Starbucks customer in Toronto, Canada noticed a barista dancing as he prepared beverages and thought the moment was video-worthy. Nearly 50 million people agree. Here's the story behind the viral video.
"I would like to introduce you to a teenager named Sam. When he was offered a position to work at Starbucks Sam told his parents that his life had meaning. Sam was diagnosed with autism and with a movement disorder. Sam never thought he would be able to work behind the bar but his manager Chris believed in him. They turned his movements into dance and now Sam is known as the dancing barista. More people like Sam need to be seen and heard." We agree :) <3
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Video courtesy of Carly Fleischmann