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Who We Are

At Mini Milestones we have the expertise to assess infants and babies as young as 6 months old who are otherwise typically developing or are at risk for developmental delays (e.g., siblings with Autism or related developmental delays). Based on our assessment, our team of experts will develop recommendations for natural environment teaching strategies to target social, play, and language development. We utilize the science based, peer reviewed methodology known as Applied Behavior Analysis.

Our role is to be an advocate for you and your child and to collaborate with your pediatrician and other professionals that are supporting you and your family. We want to empower you to support your infant to meet the foundational skills that lead to growth.

We have offices in South Florida, Washington DC, Northern Virginia, Maryland, Illinois, Colorado, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Tennessee.

Our Services

Consultation

We provide one on one guidance with all caregivers that come in contact with your child. Our team will provide strategies and tools for you and your family on how to play and teach your baby using techniques that have been proven effective to build developmental skills.

Parent Training

The primary objective of our training is educating parents, caregivers and other professionals as well as improve the quality of services that any one child is receiving across environments.

Direct Service

We are committed to providing quality services to help improve the lives of infants and toddlers and their families. The systematic method for assessment and intervention used by our team allows us to develop the most successful strategies to teach new skills.

Meet the Team

Jamie Bassos

M.S., BCBA

Katie Chiet

PT, DPT

Brittney Spiker

M.A., M.S., BCBA, LBA

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Researchers are looking at atypical food habits in children as young as 1 year old as early signs of autism. This @FuturityNews article discusses the differences between worrisome eating vs. typical picky-eating habits in children. Click for more details: http://ow.ly/UbPs50uYC4p

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia is also doing research on #pickyeating, read more here: https://www.chop.edu/clinical-trial/what-do-you-eat-online-study-youth-asd
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Continuum Mini Milestones2 days ago
Please meet our newest BCBA! Dr. Heinze!

Dr. Marie-Cécile Heinze is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and Senior Consultant at Continuum Mini Milestones. She received her Doctor of Education from Lynn University, where she developed an employer’s guide for integrating employees with autism into the workforce. Dr. Heinze also holds a Masters of Business Administration in Leadership. She has extensive experience teaching students with emotional and behavioral disorders. Dr. Heinze utilizes her education and clinical knowledge to conduct scientific and evidence-based behavioral practices in academic, in-home, and community settings. Her research focuses on vocational rehabilitation and supported employment models for persons with neurodevelopmental disabilities. As a mother and a former preschool teacher of students with developmental delays and autism, she developed a deep understanding about child development and the importance of the use of early intervention practices.

https://www.continuummini.com/dr-marie-cecile-heinze/
Continuum Mini Milestones
Continuum Mini Milestones5 days ago
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Continuum Mini Milestones5 days ago
Our babies are movers and shakers! When your baby turns one, you should be on the lookout for these Movement Milestones!

❗️Gets to sitting position without assistance
❗️Crawls forward on belly by pulling with arms and pushing with legs
❗️Assumes hands-and-knees position
❗️Creeps on hands and knees supporting trunk on hands and knees
❗️Gets from sitting to crawling or prone (lying on stomach) position
❗️Pulls self up to stand
❗️Walks holding on to furniture
❗️Stands momentarily without support
❗️May walk two or three steps without support

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