The power of knowledge builds understanding. At OwlLight Therapy, we strive to educate, train, and provide high-quality services for all our children. With education comes understanding of the research methods used that promote empowerment of our team and parents to better service our children.
The power of understanding builds care. Care stems from understanding the approach used when working with individuals with autism. With the education on the ABA approach methods, teams and parents are equipped to service our children with excellence and care. Services are given from within the heart and received by the child with understanding and acceptance.
The power of care builds kindness. When kindness becomes a part of our services, our children accept it, which then becomes a part of them. Kindness creates compassion for each other and within ourselves which builds confidence from within. During the learning process, we will make mistakes, and kindness is needed to understand that it’s okay to make a mistake, let’s learn from it and grow together.
The power of kindness builds integrity. Integrity is having strong moral values and living within our deepest values while maintaining what our children deserve. Children with autism are learning to thrive and be independent. Every child can show some sort of process and it takes us, adults, to shed some light on the way. Caregivers with children diagnosed with autism are also learning to live and maintain a new lifestyle. Kindness is what we all need to support us on this journey.
Elizabeth Garcia is a first generation student that received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Exercise Science from Valparaiso University. She completed internships and work studies on children and women’s health. Towards the end of her undergraduate education, she targeted her studies on children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). After college, Elizabeth continued working with children on the spectrum as a Registered Behavior Technician providing ABA therapy in the home, school, and clinic setting.
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