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      How to Help Young Children with Autism Avoid Behavior Problems

      Linda Hodgdon has been a long-time friend of Stages Learning and is author of the best-selling book, "Visual Strategies for Improving Communication." We have invited her to impart some of her wisdom and experience in a guest blog and she discusses an important topic that comes up often in the autism space.

      If you have a student with autism, you probably have a list of situations where you deal with problem behaviors and meltdowns. Children with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are frequently identified because of their difficulties with communication and behavior.  Visual strategies provide a solution.

      Updated on 3/17/17 8:17 PM

      Updated by Linda Hodgdon, CCC-SLP on 3/17/17 8:17 PM

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