Our CBC Education tree is up and we are excited to work with our clients to decorate it over the next few weeks! Decorations can be anything you want to add to the tree and we look forward to seeing the creative ideas from everyone. Stay tuned to this post and our Facebook page for updates […]
Our sister agency, Familias First, will present their five-week workshop series, Navigating the Regional Center System, for the San Gabriel/Pomona Regional Center in 2018. They will be presenting the workshops in various locations and languages and each module features a different topic as outlined below on their flyer. You can attend one or all of the modules at […]
The monthly meeting of the LABA (Latino Association of Behavior Analysis) is open to Professionals in the Behavior Analysis field. CEU credits are available as outlined below. The meeting on December 2nd is broken down into individual events. Sign up on the LABA events page on Facebook. The meeting sells out quickly, so if you are interested, register now. […]
The holiday tradition of a visit with Santa is not always possible for children with autism and other special needs. Once again, Autism Speaks and Cherry Hill Programs have teamed up to provide sensory-friendly Santa Experiences at malls around the country. There are many in the Southern California area. Beginning on December 4th, you can take your […]
The San Gabriel/Pomona Regional Center in association with the San Gabriel/Pomona Parents Place is hosting monthly meetings called Sibshops. The group will meet every third Saturday from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. This program is for children ages 9-12 who have a sibling or family member with a disability. Sibshops provides siblings with peer support and […]
It’s getting close to Halloween! We had great fun with our clients, parents and staff last year and excited to get started again this year. Beginning Monday, October 23rd through Halloween day, we will be working with clients to prepare for Halloween, learn what to expect and go through a variety of different scenarios. Each therapy […]
What would you do if your community gave up on your child? In New Jersey, the parents of a boy on the autism spectrum take matters into their own hands. They form a competitive swim team, recruiting diverse teens on the spectrum and training them with high expectations and zero pity. SWIM TEAM chronicles the […]
We present Parent Workshops every two months at our office in San Gabriel for an entire week with a variety of hours to choose from for your convenience. The workshops are for clients who are receiving services at CBC Education.
Our sister agency, Familias First, will be presenting a 5-part workshop series for the San Gabriel/Pomona Regional Center beginning in Baldwin Park on Wednesday September 13th and El Monte on Wednesday September 27th. The workshops are for families of the SG/PRC only. Additional locations and languages will be available in 2018 (view and download the flyer […]
David Shore, creator of House, debuts a new medical drama on Monday, September 25th at 10 pm on ABC. The show is based on a South Korean format and executive produced by Hawaii Five-0 co-star Daniel Dae Kim. Freddie Highmore stars as Dr. Shaun Murphy, young surgeon with autism who relocates from a quiet country life to join a […]
We are pleased to announce that our sister agency, Familias First, will be presenting a series of workshops for the San Gabriel/Pomona Regional Center entitled Navigating the Regional Center System. Designed to provide family members with the tools to access generic resources and services funded through SG/PRC in efforts to promote independence, inclusion and a better […]
Next in the continuation of our posts highlighting new TV shows featuring a main character on the autism spectrum is an eight-episode comedy called Atypical from Netflix. Atypical was created and written by Robia Rashid and Academy-Award winning producer Seth Gordon (“The Goldbergs”). Professor of special education Michelle Dean was brought into the production to help […]
The Latino Association for Behavior Analysis (LABA) is an organization dedicated to the provision of support, resources, communication and networking opportunities to Latino ABA practitioners and students as well as to those who work with Latino populations. LABA is committed to furthering professional growth of individual practitioners who provide behavior analysis. LABA is also committed to increasing […]
Several months ago Sesame Street introduced their newest Muppet character, Julia, who has autism. The show debuted Julia in April of this year and 60 Minutes did a wonderful segment featuring an interview with writer Christine Ferraro. You can read the interview here. Sesame Street, which has been on air for nearly 50 years, has […]
The Eastern Los Angeles Regional Center has announced dates for the remainder of 2017 for New Parent Orientation in their Early Start Program. This is a great opportunity to meet the staff at the Regional Center as well as other parents and learn about the Early Start Program. RSVP is required and if you need child […]
The San Gabriel/Pomona Regional Center is holding its second Critical Issues Forum on Wednesday, July 26th. The topic is the Fair Hearing Process. If you’ve experienced a denial of service or would like to obtain more information, you can learn about the appeal process and fair hearing process. Spanish translation will be provided. You can request […]
The Latino Association of Applied Behavior Analysis in association with LASABA is hosting a general meeting on June 17th at Cal State Los Angeles. The meeting runs from 1:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. and is open to anyone who would like to attend. The guest speaker is Dr. Michele Wallace. Everyone is welcome but reservation […]
This month is a very special one for many Mothers out there. We wanted to hear some of your experiences and stories of what it is like being a Mother to a child with autism. Do you have something special you do during this time of year? Below, is a touching video of a Mother who […]
All of us at CBC Education had an amazing day at this years Autism Speaks Walk at the Rose Bowl. We loved walking as a team as well as meeting so many wonderful people at our booth. Along with our sister agency, Familias First, we spent the day enjoying fun activities, games, giveaways and providing information […]
Hello Everyone, We hope you are all enjoying this month because it is a very special month – it is Autism Awareness Month! What are some of your stories? What was your reaction when you found out about your child’s diagnosis? What are some of your child’s strengths? Other thoughts? Feel free to leave a […]
We are celebrating Easter Week with activities in each of our therapy rooms. Every fun activity focuses on a specific skill that we will target. The Easter Bunny will also be stopping by so keep a look out for him! Below is an outline of the games we will be featuring and the skills these games […]
Evacuation/Safety Drills were held in our San Gabriel office in March. The drills are designed to teach our clients the socio-behavioral aspects to remaining safe, complying with instructions, and developing coping skills. This year the drills were not announced. Our office staff was there to guide our client and parents through the entire process. It was a great learning experience […]
We hope all of you are doing well! Every month, CBC has a new theme. This month is Preparing for Emergencies. In addition to our monthly theme, we are conducting Evacuation Drills at our San Gabriel office from March 13-16. It is part of our ongoing training to prepare our clients and staff to safely evacuate the […]
Exciting news! An event – A Celebration of Persons with Special Needs is just around the corner on Sunday, February 26th from 10am-2pm. Seating is limited. Make sure to call (310) 603-0220 ext. 319 to RSVP today! Last day to reserve is on Tuesday, February 21st. Looking forward to seeing you all there!
We wish you a Happy Valentine’s Day! This is a great reminder of our children, family members, friends, and many others who share a special place in our hearts. How do you usually prepare your child for this day (i.e., purchasing Valentine’s day cards/candy)?
Our Clinical Director, Ruth Tello-Di Leva, will be a featured panelist at the Latino Association for Behavior Analysis at the 2017 CalABA Conference. Ruth will be joined by Ozzie Ochoa, Kristine Dickson, Isaac Bermudez and Jose Martinez-Diaz to discuss the ins and outs of running an ABA agency and supporting and retaining staff. The Latino […]
“New year, new feels, new chances, same dreams, fresh starts.” We hope everyone had a wonderful holiday and started off 2017 with a bang! Many of our clients have resumed school and transitioned back to their routines. Currently, at the center, we are in the process of preparing for Chinese New Year/Lunar New Year (“Spring […]
Along with our sister company, Familias First, the staff at CBC Education brought some Christmas cheer to the Brookdale Senior Living community. We had a wonderful time singing and enjoyed a lovely meal with the folks at Brookdale. We look forward to doing it again next year. Happy Holidays!
We had a wonderful time with all the kids and staff at CBC Education during our Halloween Week event. Everyone dressed for the fun and games were played. Witch hat ring toss, pumpkin bowling, a maze, drawings and much more.
CBC Education and our sister company, Familias First, are partnering with Walgreens to give out free flu shots to children, parents and anyone who is uninsured or in need. We want to protect employees and others from preventable diseases and thereby provide a healthy workplace. Walgreens is transforming and enhancing the role of community pharmacy […]