JB Autism Consulting 
 
Helping people affected by autism reach their fullest potential...
One teachable moment at a time...
 
James Ball, Ed.D., B.C.B.A.-D.
President/Chief Executive Officer
JB Autism Consulting

Honorary Board Member, National Board of Directors, Autism Society

Past Interagency Autism Coordinating Committe - Community Member

New and Exciting:

“The New Normal” - Strategies to Successfully Transition your Child/Adult Back
to School/Work After the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Dr. Ball and his colleague, Kristie Brown-Lofland developed this manual to help families successfully transition their child/adult back to their school/work settings when they open.  

Please download for free at The Autism Society of America’s home page.

What's New:
Dr. Ball quoted in the Washington Post Twice:

Dr. Ball's Article in the Princeton Packet:

Dr. Ball's Podcast with Joyriding in Autismland:
 
Dr. Ball's latest Article in Autism and Aspergers Digest Magizine:
http://autismdigest.com/what-now/ 
Dr. Ball's last Conference Feedback:
 
Dr. Ball talks about Flying with the child with an Autism Spectrum Disorder:
 
Dr. Ball at North Jersey Friendship House Fundraiser:
 
Dr. Ball on Autism Radio:
 
Dr. Ball speaks about Miss America Contestent with Autism:
 
Dr. Ball quoted by the Associated Press:
 
Dr. Ball with Ruth Sullivan in Huntington, West Virginia:
 
Books by Dr. Jim:

Dr. Ball is the author of the triple award winning book:

(2008 NAPPA Gold Award Winner, Finalist for the 2008 ForeWord Book of the Year & Gold Award Winner in the 2009 Independent Publisher Book Awards):

Early Intervention and Autism:  Real-Life Questions, Real-Life Answers.

You Can’t Make Me! Pro-active Strategies for Positive Behavior Change in Children.


Autism in Lockdown

Autism after the Pandemic:  A Step-by-Step Guide to Successful Transition Back to
School/Work.


Go to Fhautism.com to buy a copy of Dr. Jim’s books...

 or 
 
Check out Dr. Ball's Photo Gallery...
 

My Philosophy

It's all about people and relationships...

In order to be effective with any person, on the spectrum or not, you must first treat them with respect.  Show them you are there to help, not to change who they are.  Let them see and understand their strengths while shaping their challenges, which may be holding them back from being successful.

No matter whom it is I am working with, a person with autism, a family, an administrator, or a staff person, the bottom line is: It's all about team work, and getting everyone on the same page.  Making sure every one is headed in the right direction on the same track.

...and, follow up is always the KEY.
 
Dr. Ball at the Acadiana Chapter of the Autism Society -Walk for Hope...