Anytime we arrive on scene with blaring sirens and flashing lights, this can be exceedingly stressful on patients and families. This is especially true for our patients with autism. We’re lucky to have Jennifer Dantzler on the podcast today to discuss autism basics along with some tools that we can use in the prehospital setting to better care for and communicate with our autistic patients. Jennifer is the director of the Including Kids Autism Center and a true expert in the field of autism spectrum disorder.
As the Founder & Executive Director of Including Kids Autism Center, Jennifer Dantzler, is an influential expert in her field. She founded Including Kids Autism Center in 2003 at a time when autism was reaching epidemic levels, and there were very few services offered for early intervention. Its mission is to provide evidence-based, behavior analytic interventions for persons with autism and related disabilities to maximize individual potential and to facilitate their meaningful inclusion in the community.
Radio KAIR with Bob Robertson
Mark your calendars for this upcoming podcast with our Executive Director, Jennifer Dantzler and Radio KAIR. Stream from www.radiokair.com, from your smart speaker (simply say PLAY radio K-A-I-R) and download the free radioKAIR app.
Wednesday, 05/05/21, 10:05 am and 8:05 pm.
Friday, 05/07/21, 4:07 pm
Saturday 05/08/21, 02:05 am.
Including Kids Earns 3-Year BHCOE Reaccreditation Receiving National Recognition for Commitment to Quality Improvement
Humble, TX – BHCOE Accreditation recognizes Including Kids with a 3-Year Accreditation, acknowledging the organization as a behavioral service provider dedicated to continuous improvement in Applied Behavior Analysis. BHCOE Accreditation recognizes...read more
Ever since she met a child with a brain condition called hydrocephalus while on a mission trip to Puerto Rico in high school, Jennifer Dantzler has remained dedicated to serving children with special needs.This dedication inspired Dantzler to open the...read more
The award-winning autism treatment center continues to provide exceptional service to children and young adults in their new state-of-the-art facility Humble, Texas. (April 4, 2018) – Including Kids, a non-profit organization that works with children and...read more
Including Kids is a nonprofit that helps children and young adults with autism develop life skills to become self-sufficient, involved members of the community. The organization just celebrated officially moving into its new facility in late July. The...read more
Including Kids Moves The Official Grand Opening Celebration to Early November In Wake of Hurricane Harvey
As the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey begins to recede, Including Kids, a non-profit organization that works with children and young adults with autism, announces the official grand opening celebration of their new 2.5-acre campus on Saturday, November...read more
Including Kids is excited to announce the opening of their new 2.5 acre, state-of-the-art campus which will allow them to meet the growing needs of the community and serve hundreds of children and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). By...read more
Have you ever had a moment that you’d like to stay in for much longer than it lasted? You hopefully took a few pictures, so at least you would be able to remember a few of the good times spent with family and friends. One such event was the Until All the...read more
Including Kids, a non-profit organization that works with children and young adults with autism and other developmental delays, continues construction on its newest facility during April, designated Autism Awareness Month. Opening in August 2017, the new...read more
THE COLOR(S) OF AUTISM LIGHT IT UP BLUE, AND RED, AND YELLOW April is National/World Autism Awareness Month. Many organizations and individuals alike celebrate this month with activities dedicated to assisting persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder...read more