Aaron Weintraub has been working with children and families with special needs for more than ten years and has pioneered the Social Sensory Cognition Process. His philosophy of practice is based on respect for individuals and a deep belief that every child can thrive if shown respect, affection, and trust in their innate abilities. Groups focus on building the resilience and confidence that will allow your child to make and keep close and meaningful relationships throughout life. Aaron Weintraub is the author of five peer reviewed publications and three books on Autism including: The Spectrum Manifesto, We Are the 1.01%, and The Big Shrug. Aaron was a Cunningham Fellow at Virginia Tech, and has been awarded the Moran Scholarship, the Margaret Barnes Intergenerational Scholarship, and the Mattie J. T. Stephanik Caregiver Award. His biggest and most important job remains helping to raise his two children.