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School Support for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Guide for Parents

This article was originally published on the Speech@NYU blog. Speech@NYU is the online masters program in speech-language pathology from NYU Steinhardt.

1 in 68 children have Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), which is roughly 1 percent to 2 percent of students in the United States, according to a recent CDC report. Schools, in increasing numbers, are recruiting professionals to serve the academic, social, and emotional needs of students with autism.

Updated on 4/4/17 1:16 AM

Updated by Michelle Manno on 4/4/17 1:16 AM

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Autism Treatment Options

It Takes a Team: 4 Steps to Building a Stronger Therapy Team

For students on the Autism spectrum, having a strong and reliable therapy team to support individual needs can be an important factor in student success. When members of a therapy team are collaborating seamlessly, a student is more likely to have high quality support across all areas of development (communication, social, cognitive, play, motor, and adaptive skills).

Updated on 3/17/17 11:04 PM

Updated by Rosemarie Griffin CCC/SLP BCBA COBA on 3/17/17 11:04 PM

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Parents Guide to Bullying for Children with Autism

What is bullying?

Stopbullying.gov defines bullying as:

“Unwanted, aggressive behavior among school-aged children. It involves a real or perceived power imbalance and the behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time.”

There are three types of bullying: verbal, social, and physical. All three types of bullying can have serious, long-lasting effects on children. Therefore, it is important to teach children the appropriate strategies to deal with a bullying situation should they ever encounter one.

Updated on 10/30/16 4:26 PM

Updated by Courtney Chase on 10/30/16 4:26 PM

Early Childhood Education

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Autism and Language

Let's Build: How Playing With Blocks Benefits Children

It’s no surprise that colorful building blocks are a staple in early childhood centers, given the robust research that supports benefits gained from playing with blocks. Besides the simple joy in building and creating, playing with blocks improves literacy and storytelling skills, builds engineering and mathematical concepts, and teaches young children about communication and collaboration.

Updated on 10/22/16 11:00 AM

Updated by Sophia Chung on 10/22/16 11:00 AM

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Autism & Transitions

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Transition: A Guide to College Readiness and Applications for Students with Autism

Of the roughly 50,000 young Americans with autism who graduate from high school each year, less than 7,000 end up with a college degree (Wei et al 2015). This discouraging statistic has given rise to countless transition programs that we hope will allow more students to enroll in appropriate postsecondary programs, benefit from their time on campus, and enter rewarding careers. A series of steps from transition meetings to college admissions, outlined below, function as a roadmap for teens and parents who have set their sights on higher education.

Updated on 7/1/16 2:54 PM

Updated by Briana Brukilacchio on 7/1/16 2:54 PM

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Integrating Your Child into the Mainstream Classroom

When you first begin your one-on-one intensive teaching program with a child with autism or developmental delay, the environment is very structured. Often one child will sit alone at a table with one teacher or therapist. The teacher and student are just a few feet away from each other, to minimize the outside distraction.

Updated on 4/17/14 11:47 AM

Updated by Angela Nelson, J.D., Ed.M. on 4/17/14 11:47 AM

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