Offering you the tools you need to navigate challenging behaviors

Children are naturally curious. They are driven to explore and experiment. As parents and teachers, we are often simply guiding that innate curiosity to something of significant value for that child.

But what do you do when that natural curiosity is seemingly clouded by or derailed by severely challenging behaviors?

What if a child is developing autism and the motivation or spark to be curious and connected with others is seemingly not available?

At C2U, we guide parents and professionals how to bring back curiosity to you as a child’s guide, to incite, and to ignite curiosity in children with disabilities to what you are trying to teach.

Use the links below to learn more and gain essential tips for how to target curiosity both in yourself and with children of all ages and all abilities.

Barbara Avila and Kristie Pretti-Frontczak share the belief that through respect and connection, all children can become curious and learn optimally. Both Barbara and Kristie own their own companies and have come together to share the information here on this site. Listen in to each of their podcasts for insight and information to use today!

With Curiosity Comes Connection and Learning

Preschool Children

Learn Practical Steps To Prevent, Survive, and Avoid Storms of Behavior

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Every day, you work incredibly hard to manage behaviors that can still be out of control. We get it. While everyone talks about prevention, no one talks about what to do when the s**t actually hits the fan!

If you are a teacher or a parent searching for answers to better address tough behaviors in your classroom or home? We have a course for you. We take you through what to do when the s**t hits the fan, including when the storm is brewing, the middle of the storm, and what do to afterward.

Listen in to our conversations about real life situations!

Synergy Autism Podcast

Several of the Synergy Autism Podcasts feature conversations between Barbara Avila and Kristie Pretti-Frontczak, as we explore reasons for children’s behavior in classrooms across the United States from Alaska to Ohio. Listen in a gain a few tips you might not hear anywhere else!