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Exclusive Interview | Circle ABA – Special Guest on Inland Life Segment of KREM2 News

Marina Rothway guest at KREM2

In a recent exclusive interview on the Inland Life segment of KREM2 News, Marina Rothway, ED.D., BCBA, dived into the world of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and the invaluable support Circle ABA provides to children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and their families.

During the interview, Dr. Rothway elucidated the essence of ABA and the crucial role Circle ABA plays in the lives of children and families. With a focus on individualized treatment plans, Circle ABA aims to enhance the lives of children with special needs by fostering positive behavior and development.

Dr. Rothway’s passion for this field became evident as she shared her journey, tracing back to her high school days. Her dedication manifested through mentoring and working with peers with special needs, igniting a lifelong commitment to making a difference in the lives of individuals with special needs.

As the discussion progressed, Dr. Rothway addressed a crucial concern for many parents: the early signs of special needs in children, particularly autism. Providing invaluable insights, she emphasized the importance of early intervention and outlined the next steps parents should take when they suspect their child may require additional support.

Reflecting on the interview, Dr. Rothway expressed her gratitude for the opportunity to share her expertise and experiences. She reiterated her commitment to empowering families and advocating for the well-being of children with special needs.

To gain a comprehensive understanding of ABA and Circle ABA’s impactful initiatives, viewers are encouraged to listen to the entirety of Dr. Rothway’s insightful interview here.

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