Part 3 of Cornerstone Autism Center's mini-series "Cornerstone Reflections". Purdue intern Becca Shapiro returns to discuss the big video reviews, the wonder of working with the children, and great loss can bring about stronger bonds.
Cornerstone Reflections: In this mini-series we follow five Purdue University HHS (Health and Human Sciences) undergraduates interning at Cornerstone Autism Center and ask them questions highlighting their experiences. Tyler Gross, an undergrad in HDFS (Human Development and Family Studies), is learning what it’s like to be an ABA therapist.
Welcome back to the second half of Cornerstone Reflections. In this part of the mini-series we learn what five interns are learning at Cornerstone's Greenwood and West Lafayette centers, from being on the floor with the children with autism, implementing various programs, and what it's like being ABA therapists. Thomas Brown comes back to share his newest experiences.
In this second part of "Cornerstone Reflections" we learn what the interns have been experiencing so far now being on the floor with the children with autism, implementing programs, and finding out who they are as ABA therapists. After a month Megan Sander returns to chat what the month has been like.
In the second part of Cornerstone Reflections we chat with the five Purdue interns about their first month at Cornerstone, the ABA training they have received, and their interactions so far with the children with autism and implementing programs Cornerstone's clinical coordinators create. This piece showcases Whitney Trusty and what she has gained during her first month.