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The National Autism Network is the largest online resource for the autism community providing a social network, nationwide provider directory, events calendar, discussion forums, autism news, expert written content and thousands of resources

The National Autism Network is the largest online resource for the autism community providing a social network, nationwide provider directory, events calendar, discussion forums, autism news, expert written content and thousands of resources

Share Tweet + 1 Mail This intervention would start by sharing the book Don’t Pop Your Cork on Mondays! by Adolph Moser Ed.D.  A ...

A visual schedule for calming down. Created by Matthew Summers. Visual charts for school and home use. These were originally created for special education students, but can be modified if, and where, needed.

My Aspergers Child: Promoting Generalization of Social Skills-Help for Kids on the Spectrum. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources.  Follow all our boards at http://pinterest.com/sostherapy  for therapy resources.

My Aspergers Child: Promoting Generalization of Social Skills: Help for Kids on the Spectrum

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Autism Speaks Autism Treatment Network (ATN) now has a tool kit to help parents work with their children’s applied behavior analysts.

Why would we want inclusive education? Why wouldn't we want to ensure that every child had the same opportunity to be a child?  Why would we separate, segregate and alienate children from one another while at the same time teach them to look after the world around them, respect differences and take a stand at injustice.  Ironically, in many schools, injustice happens right before our children's very eyes.

Why would we want inclusive education? Why wouldn't we want to ensure that every child had the same opportunity to be a child? Why would we separate, segregate and alienate children from one another while at the same time teach them to look after the world around them, respect differences and take a stand at injustice. Ironically, in many schools, injustice happens right before our children's very eyes.

Video could transform how schools serve teens with autism | MSUToday | Michigan State University

Video could transform how schools serve teens with autism

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