Autism Spectrum Disorder

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Autism Spectrum Disorder

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Prevalence

Autism Spectrum Disorder

Online Resources- Teachers

Online Resources- Parents

Online Resources- Students

-http://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/autism educator.html-https://www.naset.org/2561.0.html-http://www.suelarkey.com/Tip_Sheets.php-https://www.naset.org/autism2.0.html

-http://www.aspergersyndrome.org/-http://www.parentcenterhub.org/repository/autism/-

-http://autismnow.org/at-home/-http://www.myautismteam.com/

-http://www.autismunlocked.com/#-http://www.jacobslessons.com/-https://www.youtube.com/user/TheKidsPictureShow--

Programs Typically Used for Children with Autism

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)- focuses on using techniques and principles that support positive and meaningful changes in behavior. This is one of the best and most effective teaching methods used for students with Autism. Some schools have classrooms specifically for ABA instruction and students whose education plans are centered around ABA utilize these classrooms. Discrete Trail Teaching- one of the most important instructional methods for children with Autism. It focuses on breaking down the lesson into small parts. The skill that is being taught is broken down into its smallest components and then 'built up' as the lesson continues. Pivotal Response Treatment- derived from the ABA method but focuses on play and is child centered. It is a method used to work on the development of communication, language and appropriate social behaviors.Verbal Method- uses the principles of ABA, students learn how to use language to communicate ideas and make requests appropriately. Early Start Denver Model- used for children between the ages of 12-48 months; the involvement of parents is critical for the method to be as effective as possible. Focuses on teaching skills using naturalistic ABA strategies that support the development of language and communication. Source: https://www.autismspeaks.org/what-autism

Sensory Processing...Occupational Therapy and Strategies

The Signs of Autism

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Developmental Milestones


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