March 2022 Newsletter

March Parent Training

Evidence Based Practices

As parents and guardians we want to provide our children with the best resources and treatment. But there is an ocean of therapies, medicines, diets, and other strategies that promise to help individuals with autism. Join us to discuss how to decide if an option is an effective treatment or snake oil. Send RSVPs, questions, or suggestions to

West Lafayette

Thursday, March 31st @8:45AM

3482 McClure Ave, West Lafayette, IN 47906

Madison and Polk

Thursday, March 31st @8:45AM

380 Polk St, Greenwood, IN 46143


Thursday, March 31st @8:45AM

7517 Beechwood Centre Rd Suite 200, Avon, IN 46123


Tuesday, March 29th @8:45AM

3258 W Market Place Dr, Edinburgh, IN 46124

Virtual Meeting

Tuesday, March 29th @12PM

Tuesday, March 29th @8PM

Link sent after RSVP is received

New Blog: A Day in the Life of an ABA Therapist

Written by BCBA and Training Coordinator Arielle Lofgren

For our ABA Therapists at Cornerstone Autism Center, there is no such thing as a typical day. Every session is completely different from the next. Our staff work hard to make each day successful for their clients. Check out our latest blog, all about what a typical day looks like for our ABA Therapists!

Read now!

Cornerstone Celebrates Dr. Seuss’ Birthday!

Don’t forget to enjoy Dr. Seuss’ birthday this month! Literacy at Cornerstone is a crucial part of our clients development. Knowing this, our kiddos and staff will have the opportunity to enjoy reading some of the famous books written by this beloved author on his birthday Wednesday, March 2nd.

See how you and your family can join in on the fun!

Thank you to these staff members for Maximizing Those Who Struggle,

Embracing Those Who Love and Fulfilling Those Who Serve.


Tyra Minton, ABA Therapist

Since working at Cornerstone, I have found my passion! I had no clue what I wanted to pursue career-wise until I started working here. Cornerstone has encouraged me to return to school to study ABA!

I learn something new every day. I love watching the clients throughout the center accomplish new things. I love the feeling of watching a client and parents get excited about learning new things.

My favorite memory so far at Cornerstone is when the Courage and Kindness princesses came to visit the kids. I will never forget how excited my client was! I remember how amazing it felt to watch them interact with all the kiddos.

12 Sensory Friendly St. Paddy’s Day Crafts

St. Patrick’s Day is always a fun one for the kids! For children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), art and craft activities that can enlighten the senses is a great way to help reduce any sensory needs. Enjoy some of these fun crafts and activities that you and your child can do to celebrate the upcoming holiday!

Take a look!

How to Catch a Leprechaun (Video Book)

Top o’ the mornin! With St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner, be sure to take some time out of your day to listen to the storytelling of How to Catch a Leprechaun, by Adam Wallace on YouTube. You and your child can get into the holiday spirit by enjoying this reading of one of literature’s beloved folktale characters.

Watch the video here!



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