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A Personal Account of Raising a Child with Autism

The Truth about Women & Autism

Using Video Games to Teach Social & Emotional Skills

COVID-19’s Adolescent Mental Health Crisis

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With unparalleled knowledge and expertise in behavioral health, Dr. Ronit Molko empowers investors, organizations, providers, and communities to create life-changing experiences and deliver meaningful outcomes.

Behavioral Health

Leveraging 30 years of clinical and business expertise, Dr. Ronit Molko offers unique insight and deft guidance on a full range of behavioral health matters including traumatic brain injury, home health, mental health, autism and senior care.

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Autism

As a nationally renowned authority and consultant on autism services, Dr. Molko guides industry investors and service providers toward innovations that foster higher quality care and meaningful outcomes for patients and their families.

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Mergers & Acquisitions

Dr. Molko’s rich M&A experience within the behavioral health industry encompasses acquisition target due diligence, competitive analysis, management team evaluation, strategy and growth opportunity development, and post-deal integration.

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Executive Consulting

With interim executive management and consulting, Dr. Molko supports growth, transition, and cultural development through operational design, relationship building, strategic alignment, and organizational transformation.

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Reconsidering the Autism Spectrum

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The latest / Illuminare Podcast

A Personal Account of Raising a Child with Autism

The Truth about Women & Autism

Using Video Games to Teach Social & Emotional Skills

COVID-19’s Adolescent Mental Health Crisis

Book

"Autism Matters" , published by ForbesBooks

Featured Articles

Graphic that reads MYTH: Nonverbal or Nonspeaking People with Autism are Intellectually Disabled
March 10

MYTH: Nonverbal or Nonspeaking People with Autism are Intellectually Disabled

RONIT MOLKO, PH.D., BCBA-DSTRATEGIC ADVISOR, LEARN BEHAVIORAL Just because someone is nonspeaking, does not mean they’re non-thinking. Around 25 to 30 percent of children with autism spectrum disorder are minimally verbal or do not speak at all. These individuals are referred to as nonverbal or nonspeaking, but even the term nonverbal is a bit of …
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January 26

Neurodiversity: What It Means, Why It Matters

BY RONIT MOLKO, PH.D., BCBA-DSTRATEGIC ADVISOR, LEARN BEHAVIORAL If there is one enduring hallmark of the American experience, it’s the immense diversity found within our expansive borders. Most of the time, we perceive diversity via differences in skin color, language, clothing, places of worship, or even the foods people eat when gathered around the table …
man in a wheelchair rolling through a pedestrian crossing surrounded by people walking in all directions
October 1

Let’s Stop Fixing Disabilities And Start Appreciating Differences

Able-bodied people comprise the dominant culture in America; thus, our cultural understanding of “normal” is contextualized around the contours of able-bodied activities. We consider, for example, an autistic mind or a visual deficiency that enhances other senses to be a detriment. In truth, these traits are often different ways of perceiving, understanding, and interacting with …