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    In the realm of education, technology has emerged as a powerful tool to dismantle barriers and forge pathways of learning that were once deemed impassable. The U.S. Department of Education’s latest Federal Report, in..
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    Embracing Technology for Special Education Students: What Do the New Federal Guidelines Mean for Our District?

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    Topics: AI & Technology for Autism Education, Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17), ABA Therapists & Special Education Professionals

    Jen, a neurodiverse student, struggles to communicate her needs. She wants to ask her teacher for an extension because she didn’t finish her homework. She asks an AI-powered robot in her classroom to present her with a..
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    How Can AI Best Serve Special Education Students? Let Me Count the Ways...

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    Topics: AI & Technology for Autism Education, Current News and Research, Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17), ABA Therapists & Special Education Professionals, AI in Autism Education

    Letters from the CEO

    The financial burden of homeschooling special needs or autistic children can be a significant challenge for many families. The cost of educational materials, extracurricular activities, field trips, and membership fees..
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    How Can I Get Funding for Homeschooling My Autistic Child?

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    Topics: Early Childhood Education, Autism Treatment Options, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Elementary (4-12), Parents, ABA Therapists & Special Education Professionals

    Recognition of Stages Learning Materials Contributions & Excellence

    Just as a gymnast relies on a spotter, a tree draws strength from its roots, and a musical relies on its stage crew:
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    Leveling Up the Power of Paraprofessionals

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    Topics: Early Childhood Education, Inclusive Education, Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17)

    Language Builder ARIS Complete Autism Curriculum

    Once an individual on the spectrum finds just the right crew, they may very well wind up being the glue that holds it together (I actually had a boss in the past year describe me as such, and that was definitely a good..
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    Pre-Employment Transition Services for Autistic Youth: What Works?

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    Topics: Autism & Transitions, Autism & Career Options, Teen (13-17), Young Adult (18-21)

    A neurodiverse friend of mine who works at Trader Joe's has found that the support of her co-workers and managers has allowed her to truly thrive in her job as a cashier.
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    5 Strategies for Employers to Help Autistic Employees Thrive in the Workplace

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    Topics: Autism & Transitions, Autism and Physical Spaces, Autism & Career Options, Young Adult (18-21), Adult (22+)

    Looking for informative and helpful resources and blogs for homeschooling your autistic or special needs child? We’ve got you covered.
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    Top 10 Blogs on Homeschooling Autistic or Special Needs Students

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    Topics: About Autism, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Parents

    Strategies for Homeschooling Are there moments during your homeschooling day when you find your autistic child is seeking a sensory break to organize their body and mind? You’re not alone. According to the American..
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    Sensory Breaks for Your Autistic Child

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    Topics: Autism & Emotions, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Autism and Physical Spaces, Elementary (4-12)

    Nonprofit is Donating 500 Autism Books to Classrooms When I started Autism Kids, I knew that I wanted our organization to be different. Founded in 2023 in Charlotte, N.C., Autism Kids has found ways to challenge what..
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    How Autism Kids is Working to Increase Autism Acceptance

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    Topics: Global Autism Awareness, Parents, Autism News

    Setting up space in your home to homeschool your autistic child is where your own creativity can come into play. Even in a small home and on a tight budget there are ways to design your space that can have an enormous..
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    How to Set Up a Homeschool Classroom for Your Autistic Child: 10 Key Strategies

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    Topics: Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Autism and Physical Spaces, Elementary (4-12)

    Homeschool co-ops are regularly scheduled structured gatherings of families educating their children together in a group setting. The purpose of co-ops is to share the load of teaching, combine resources, and..
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    Homeschool Co-ops for Autistic Children: Creating Connection

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    Topics: Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Autism and Physical Spaces, Elementary (4-12), Parents, Socializing with Autism

    Parenting is a complex journey filled with both joys and difficulties. When caring for an autistic child, parents often face the task of navigating through various behaviors and searching for effective strategies to..
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    Nurturing Autistic Children: Managing Challenging Behaviors

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    Topics: Autism & Emotions, Elementary (4-12), Socializing with Autism

    Over 10% of families homeschool at least one child, and during the pandemic, the homeschool enrollment rate increased by 30%.[1] For families who have an autistic child or other special needs, that percentage is even..
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    7 Best Homeschool Curricula for Autistic Children

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    Topics: Blending Hands-on & Digital Activities, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Elementary (4-12), Parents

    We are thrilled to announce the four deserving winners of our ARIS Thrive Grant for Autism Educators who will collectively receive $40,000 in curriculum and support from STAGES® Learning. As we wrap up our celebration..
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    ARIS Thrive Grant for Autism Educators - Let’s Celebrate Our Winners

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    Topics: ARIS Autism Curriculum

    Supporting Preschool Students With Language Acquisition or School Readiness Challenges MTSS is a multi-tiered system of support that provides a framework for teaching that is proactive and preventative. MTSS provides..
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    How ARIS® Supports MTSS Tier 3 Interventions

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    Topics: Autism & Preschool Lesson Plans, Autism and Language, Autism & Transitions, Lesson Plans

    I used to get yelled at a lot when I was younger, especially when it came to homework.
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    Autism and Stereotypes: A Few Tips for Survival

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    Topics: About Autism, Autism and Language, Autism & Emotions, First Person Autism, Teen (13-17), Young Adult (18-21), Adult (22+)

    How can unified sports help autistic children, parents, and communities, given the lingering developmental effects of the pandemic?
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    Unified Sports: Getting Autistic Children Back in the Game

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    Topics: Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Autism and Physical Spaces, Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17), Socializing with Autism

    You may think social interactions come naturally for all children, but for autistic children, it brings a unique world of challenges. Learning social initiation skills can make an enormous difference for autistic..
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    3 Ways to Teach Social Initiations to Autistic Students

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    Topics: Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17), Socializing with Autism

    Have you ever wondered, “Should I be using the term disability? What about neurodiversity?” If you have, believe me, you are not alone. Having worked in the “field of disability” for nearly two decades, I ask myself..
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    It’s So Confusing: The Language of Neurodiversity and Disability

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    Topics: About Autism, Autism and Language, Socializing with Autism

    Recommended learning strategies for early childhood education and special education are sometimes in conflict. By focusing on students’ interests and curiosity, individual needs, realistic development goals, and skill..
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    5 Considerations for Supporting Autistic Children and Special Needs in Early Education Programs

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    Topics: Early Childhood Education, Infant/Toddler (0-3)

    A Research White Paper
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    How Universal Design for Learning Powers the ARIS® Autism Curriculum

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    Topics: Current News and Research, ARIS Autism Curriculum, ABA Therapists & Special Education Professionals

    Why Is Motivation Different for Autistic Individuals? Motivation is something we all struggle with, occasionally. Most people can eventually pull through and do what they need to do. For some autistic and/or ADHD kids,..
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    How Autism and/or ADHD Can Destroy Motivation

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    Topics: About Autism, Autism & Emotions, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17)

    Acceptance & Commitment Training (ACT) is an area grounded in behavior analysis that is bringing a more compassionate, values-based approach to behavioral treatment and skill development for autistic children.
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    Acceptance and Commitment Training: New Tools to Help Parents Support Autism Treatment

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    Topics: Autism & Emotions, Autism Treatment Options, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17)

    People have always viewed intelligence as a fixed inherent trait. You’re born smart, or average, or you’re doomed to a failed life. Not only that but we use it as a measurable trait to be compared with others...
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    How the Growth Mindset and Multiple Intelligence Theories Can Help Autistic Students Grow

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    Topics: Autism & Career Options, Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17), Young Adult (18-21)

    Can you imagine struggling to read in middle school? What would it feel like to find books at your reading level geared towards young children? Perhaps starting out with a basic, entry-level picture book is a good first..
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    Hi-Lo Books: An Innovative Option for Struggling Teen Readers

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    Topics: Inclusive Education, Autism and Language, Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17)

    What can divorcing parents do to support their autistic child or teenager through these common challenge areas?
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    How to Help Your Autistic Child Cope With Their Parents’ Divorce

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    Topics: Autism & Emotions, Autism & Transitions, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Parents

    If you are a teacher, parent, caregiver, or family member of an autistic child in the middle of holiday gift shopping, you may wonder what are some good gifts for autistic children. Shopping for them can be tricky, as..
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    Gift Ideas for Autistic Children

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    Topics: Infant/Toddler (0-3), Elementary (4-12)

    As autistic students transition from adolescence to adulthood, it is important that the transition services they access are evidence-based. Researchers have carefully reviewed and devised recommendations for services..
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    What Works? Evidence-Based Transition Services

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    Topics: Autism & Transitions, Autism & Career Options, Young Adult (18-21), Adult (22+)

    How can caregivers identify and mitigate autism-related challenges to promote hygiene adherence in youth?
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    Hygiene vs. Autism: Common Challenges and Possible Adaptations

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    Topics: Health & Nutrition, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17)

    MTSS stands for a multi-tiered system of supports. It is a data-driven, tiered framework, also referred to as a multi-tiered process or model of supports, that is designed to help schools identify struggling students..
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    What Is MTSS and How Does It Help Struggling Students?

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    Topics: Inclusive Education, Autism Treatment Options, Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17), ABA Therapists & Special Education Professionals

    What Does the Law Require? Autistic students have the opportunity to continue their education through age 21. This is guaranteed by federal law. Schools and Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) staff should provide job..
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    Job Coaching, Supported and Integrated Employment for Autistic Students

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    Topics: Autism & Transitions, Autism & Career Options, Young Adult (18-21)

    This resource was created as a supplement for the Language Builder: ARIS® Academic Readiness Intervention System's complete early autism curriculum, Lesson #79 Following a Schedule. Download free images of classroom..
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    Using Visual Supports for Autistic Children

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    Topics: Teaching with Pictures, Infant/Toddler (0-3), Elementary (4-12), Flash Cards

    ...And learn ways to adapt any holiday to help your child with autism have fun!
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    Celebrate Six Fall Holidays You Didn’t Know Existed!

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    Topics: Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17), Socializing with Autism

    Meanings we attach to words can have a huge impact, influence, and change the attitudes and tones of conversations. “Autistic person” and “person with autism” may have the same definition theoretically, but their..
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    Autistic Vs. Having Autism:* The Importance of Labels

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    Topics: About Autism, Autism and Language, First Person Autism, Global Autism Awareness, Parents

    Two of the most common assessments used to evaluate autistic children are the Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills (ABLLS) and the Verbal Behavior - Milestones Assessment and Placement Program (VB-MAPP)...
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    ABLLS Vs. VB-MAPP Assessments: What’s the Difference?

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    Topics: About Autism, Autism Treatment Options, Infant/Toddler (0-3), Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17)

    How can parents and teachers use fiction stories to positively explain and reframe autism to neurotypical and neurodivergent youth?
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    Into the Unknown: Explaining Autism Using Children’s Film and Fantasy Characters

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    Topics: Autism and Language, Autism & Emotions, Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17), Autism in the Media, Socializing with Autism

    As a person on the autism spectrum, there are a few things I wish parents of children on the spectrum knew. Please note that I am just one individual, and other people on the spectrum may have different experiences and..
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    4 Things I Wish Parents Knew About Autism

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    Topics: About Autism, First Person Autism, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Parents, Socializing with Autism

    An Individual Education Plan (IEP) is a legal document that is developed during a meeting between parents and school staff for every child eligible for special education. This plan includes a child’s strengths and..
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    IEP MEETINGS: What Can I Request for My Autistic Child?

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    Topics: Inclusive Education, Autism Treatment Options, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Parents

    How can stakeholders use principles of self-determination, individuality, and compassion to support individuals with autism and their self-directed mental health care pursuits?
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    Mental Health Empowerment: Providing Compassionate and Client-Centered Support for People With Autism

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    Topics: Health & Nutrition, Autism & Emotions, Autism Treatment Options, Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17), Young Adult (18-21)

    Many children with autism do not learn skills spontaneously and may need extra help and specific teaching to learn things that may come naturally to their typically developing peers. They often need highly structured,..
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    What Is Discrete Trial Training?

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    Topics: Autism and Language, Autism & Emotions, Autism Treatment Options, Infant/Toddler (0-3), Elementary (4-12)

    Dancing is a universal language, and many on the autism spectrum can easily learn it.
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    Autism and Dance Therapy

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    Topics: Autism Treatment Options, First Person Autism, Autism and Physical Spaces, Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17), Young Adult (18-21), Adult (22+), Socializing with Autism

    The dramatic shifts in societal views of autism from being a moral failing to a celebrated part of neurodiversity have not been linear or binary. These views have been mixed throughout time and can be divided into three..
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    From Disorder to Divergence: Charting the Progress of Perceptions of Autism

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    Topics: About Autism, Global Autism Awareness, Current News and Research, Parents

    A Guide for Schools on the IDEA and Rehabilitation Act Requirements Under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), children with autism spectrum disorders are eligible to receive an individualized..
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    How to Create Effective Transition Service IEPs for Students with Autism

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    Topics: Autism & Transitions, Autism & Career Options, Teen (13-17), Young Adult (18-21), ABA Therapists & Special Education Professionals

    I Get By With a Little Help From My Friends I was diagnosed when I was 28. Being late diagnosed, I started to read more about autism and ADHD and suddenly realized so many people I know fit these descriptions. Some old..
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    Why Autistic/ADHD People Are Drawn to Other Autistic/ADHD People

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    Topics: About Autism, Teen (13-17), Young Adult (18-21), Adult (22+), Socializing with Autism

    According to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), every child with special needs has the right to be educated in the least restrictive environment (LRE), which is the general education classroom as a..
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    Our Autism Journey From Special Education to Mainstream Classrooms

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    Topics: Inclusive Education, Autism & Transitions, Autism Treatment Options, First Person Autism, Teen (13-17)

    Online learning is an exciting and innovative way for children to access their education. Even though it has been around for quite some time, COVID-19 has brought it to the forefront of many teachers’ minds. No matter..
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    Creating a Positive Online Experience for Your Student With Autism

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    Topics: AI & Technology for Autism Education, Autism and Physical Spaces, COVID-19 Emergency Response, Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17), Young Adult (18-21)

    Helping Autistic Students Connect with Other Students Autistic students can sometimes have challenges related to social interactions, communication, and lack of social reciprocity. Due to these challenges, it is..
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    The Five Best Ice Breakers to Use for Autistic Students

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    Topics: Autism and Physical Spaces, Infant/Toddler (0-3), Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17), Socializing with Autism

    Functions of Behavior and Antecedent Strategies
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    The 2-Step Approach to Preventing Disruptive Behaviors for Children With Autism

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    Topics: Autism & Emotions, Autism Treatment Options, Infant/Toddler (0-3), Elementary (4-12)

    A growing number of students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are attending college after they graduate from high school. However, unfortunately, a high number of these students also leave college without graduating,..
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    A Deeper Dive: What Post-Secondary Employment and Services are Available for Students With Autism?

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    Topics: Autism & Transitions, Autism & Career Options, Teen (13-17), Young Adult (18-21)

    And How Can I Help? When I was young I would lose all control if I accidentally touched a seat belt strap, if I heard certain sounds, if someone entered my room, or if my mom put sweaters on me. And tights? Completely..
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    Ask an Autistic*: What Do Meltdowns Feel Like?

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    Topics: Autism & Emotions, First Person Autism, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Infant/Toddler (0-3), Elementary (4-12)

    Changing Our Practices to Catch Missed Diagnoses and Gaps in Treatment How do service disparities impact neurodivergent people and what can we do to provide wider and more inclusive care?
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    Autism Service Disparities for People of Color

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    Topics: About Autism, Autism Treatment Options, Global Autism Awareness, Parents

    Explaining Autism to Neurotypical Children
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    What Does It Mean to Be on the Spectrum?

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    Topics: About Autism, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Parents, Autism in the Media

    Can you imagine starting at a new school in an entirely unfamiliar environment? Coping with a schedule change and new teachers, staff members, and peers is often nerve-racking for many students, but those with autism..
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    9 Tips for Helping Autistic* Children Transition to a New School

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    Topics: Autism & Emotions, Autism & Transitions, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17)

    How the Magic of Gardening Can Help Picky Eaters I’ll never forget my first garden. I was five and had just finished reading The Gardener by Sarah Stewart. It left me with this lasting impression of a romantic vision of..
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    Romaine Calm: Getting Picky Eaters to Eat the Rainbow

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    Topics: Health & Nutrition, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Infant/Toddler (0-3), Elementary (4-12)

    What are transition services? The societal transition from childhood to adulthood is full of stressful events for most children, including deciding between college and work, picking a college or vocation, and graduating..
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    Overview of Transition Services: What Resources and Supports are Available for Students With Autism?

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    Topics: Autism & Transitions, Autism & Career Options, Young Adult (18-21)

    Autism in the workplace can have its share of rewards and pitfalls. As with anyone else, one on the spectrum has a lot to navigate when trying to find the right job fit. For some, the learning process may be pretty..
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    Autism in the Workplace: Advice From the Trenches

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    Topics: Autism & Emotions, First Person Autism, Autism and Physical Spaces, Autism & Career Options, Young Adult (18-21), Adult (22+)

    Preparing for the arrival of a new baby often involves a significant adjustment period as the family acclimates to schedule changes and reallocates some of their time, attention, and resources to get ready for the..
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    8 Tips for Helping Autistic* Children Prepare for a New Baby

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    Topics: Autism & Transitions, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Infant/Toddler (0-3), Elementary (4-12)

    PCIT is an evidence-based treatment for young children with behavioral problems and can be an effective intervention for children with autism.
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    What is Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)?

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    Topics: Autism and Language, Autism Treatment Options, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Infant/Toddler (0-3), Elementary (4-12), ABA Therapists & Special Education Professionals

    I’m from a small town in rural Kansas with no stoplights and the nearest Walmart is 30 minutes away. My father was a rancher with 200 head of cattle and my mom was a teacher at the nearby—and only—school.
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    Equity for Serving Our Rural Students

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    Topics: Inclusive Education, Autism Treatment Options, First Person Autism, ARIS Autism Curriculum, Parents, ABA Therapists & Special Education Professionals

    Providing the proper support and interventions to children and adults with ASD can be a game changer in helping successfully manage changes in routines.
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    7 Strategies for Supporting Individuals With Autism During Times of Transition and Change

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    Topics: Autism & Transitions, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17)

    Bullying of kids with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a major problem in our schools. Recent research shows that 46% of kids with autism in middle and high school were victims of bullying, and other studies show that..
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    How to Recognize, Prevent, and Stop Bullying of Autistic* Children

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    Topics: Autism and Language, Autism & Emotions, Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17), ABA Therapists & Special Education Professionals

    Roughly 90% of the entire population is right-handed, and this can place an unnecessary burden on those with autism who are much less likely to be right-handed than the general population.1&2 When it comes to fitting in..
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    Happy International Left Handers’ Day! Is There a Connection Between Handedness and Autism?

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    Topics: About Autism, Current News and Research, Parents

    Support groups and social clubs for children, teens, and young adults with autism provide a safe environment for people with shared experiences to connect and participate in a supportive, understanding community. No..
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    Support Groups for Autistic* Children, Teens, Young Adults and Parents

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    Topics: Autism Treatment Options, Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17), Young Adult (18-21), Parents, Socializing with Autism

    Children with autism are often lacking in the area of emotional intelligence. The good news is that scientists now better understand the biological reasons behind why autistic individuals face challenges in this area...
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    Helping Your Autistic* Child Develop Emotional Intelligence

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    Topics: About Autism, Teaching with Pictures, Autism & Emotions, Autism Treatment Options, ARIS Autism Curriculum, Infant/Toddler (0-3), Elementary (4-12), Flash Cards

    The COVID-19 pandemic is undoubtedly hard on everyone, but a recent study indicates that it may disproportionately affect autistic individuals. Considering this, it is important to recognize that those with autism often..
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    Autism, COVID-19, and Mental Health: Ways to Cope with Trauma and Change

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    Topics: Health & Nutrition, Autism & Emotions, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, COVID-19 Emergency Response, Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17)

    Work Smarter, Not Harder Did you know that we all have primary ways in which we tend to show love and affection to others around us? We also have preferences on how we like to have others reciprocate and show their love..
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    Show Love to Your Autistic Child… and Yourself!

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    Topics: Autism & Emotions, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Parents

    The Top 6 Interventions for Positive Progress
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    Autism: It Does Get Better!

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    Topics: About Autism, Autism & Emotions, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Parents

    Safety is an important topic when caring for autistic children. We covered how to keep autistic children out of harm’s way in Safety First! 8 Ways to Keep Autistic Children Safe, but there is another side to the story...
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    Safety Considerations for Caregivers of Autistic Children

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    Topics: Autism & Emotions, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Infant/Toddler (0-3), Elementary (4-12)

    12 Tips for Supporting Autistic Children During a Move
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    Moving to a New House With an Autistic Child

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    Topics: Autism & Transitions, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Autism and Physical Spaces, Infant/Toddler (0-3), Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17)

    As someone who grew up on the autistic spectrum, friends were hard to make and even harder to keep.
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    Making Friends: The Ups and Downs of Friendship on the Spectrum

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    Topics: Autism & Emotions, First Person Autism, Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17), Socializing with Autism

    The short answer is Yes! There is strong research support for teaching sign language to all young children, autistic or non-autistic. Sign language can be used to help encourage verbal language development, but it..
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    Can Sign Language Help Autistic Early Learners Develop Communication Skills?

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    Topics: Autism and Language, Autism Treatment Options, Infant/Toddler (0-3), Elementary (4-12)

    Taking a plane trip can be taxing for anyone, especially when traveling with children. Adding an autistic child with unique sensory challenges into the mix can make air travel even more difficult.
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    Air Travel with Autistic Children: 8 Ways to Prepare

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    Topics: Autism & Transitions, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Autism and Physical Spaces, Infant/Toddler (0-3), Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17)

    Have you ever wondered how we learn new skills–or how most children seem to pick up on the natural progression of getting a haircut, going to the dentist, or brushing their teeth? While many children grasp the typical..
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    How to Use Video Modeling and Video Self-Modeling to Help Your Autistic Child

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    Topics: Blending Hands-on & Digital Activities, Teaching with Pictures, AI & Technology for Autism Education, Autism Treatment Options, Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17), Young Adult (18-21)

    Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) has gone through many innovations since it was developed for autism treatment in 1965. In particular, ABA is evolving to be more client-led, fun, socially significant, and compassionate.
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    ABA Is Evolving, Are You?

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    Topics: Current News and Research, ABA Therapists & Special Education Professionals

    Setback. Failure. Mishap.
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    Celebrating the Failures (and Successes) on the Autism Journey

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    Topics: Autism & Emotions, Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17)

    When developing a child’s IEP, the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) is one of several components that must be determined regarding placement. LRE has been a part of federal special education law since 1975. It has..
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    Supporting Students in the Least Restrictive Environment

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    Topics: Inclusive Education, Autism Treatment Options, ARIS Autism Curriculum, Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17)

    And a Special Shout-Out to Five Autism Dad Heroes! In researching material for this Father’s Day article to appreciate dads of children on the autism spectrum, one thing was clear: fathers don’t get nearly as much..
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    Happy Father's Day to All Awesome Autism Dads

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    Topics: Parents, Autism in the Media

    Autism can impact the safety of both autistic children and the adults caring for them. Learning to be proactive in keeping autistic children safe is no small feat. Here’s how I know…
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    Building Awareness and Theory of Mind Brene Brown’s illuminating 2015 book, Rising Strong, shows how part of life is handling unexpected situations and dealing with expectations, failures, or disappointments—and finding..
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    Top Strategies for Supporting Time Management for Those With Autism

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    Without a doubt, raising an autistic child can be extremely stressful and challenging. Learning to embrace a more optimistic mindset, focusing on the strengths and abilities of your autistic child while also pursuing..
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    For autistic children, cooking and baking can be a creative and joyous pastime. Many children are eager to help their parents prepare meals, but some may not be ready to prepare complex recipes using the oven or..
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    Language delays in children can occur for many reasons including cerebral palsy, intellectual disabilities, or autism. If a child has a language delay ruling out hearing loss is an important first step, because if there..
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    Language Delays: How to Rule out Hearing Loss for Autistic Children

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    Assessing Fine and Gross Motor Skills Can Provide the Answer Motor skills are essential for children to explore, interact, and learn from their environment in order to develop cognitive and language skills. Because..
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    Four Key Strategies to Support Autistic Children: Introduce Imitation, Use New Technologies, Create Soothing Classroom Design, and Scaffold Learning
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    Understanding the differences between receptive and expressive language can be a difficult task. These words are often used interchangeably, which can be confusing to the learners. More importantly, teaching language..
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    Understanding the Differences Between Receptive and Expressive Languages: Teaching Autistic Children

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    Using Task Analyses and Imitation Strategies
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    Aprender habilidades en las redes sociales y la etiqueta de citas puede ser desafiante especialmente para los jóvenes adultos con autismo. Este artículo proporciona herramientas para ayudar a aprender nuevas habilidades..
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    The end-of-the-year holidays are supposed to be happy occasions, filled with joyful traditions such as family gatherings, elaborately home-cooked meals, the exchanging of gifts, parties, fireworks, and other festive..
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    11 Ways to Prepare for Happy Holidays With an Autistic Child

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    Five Songs to Teach Skip Counting to Autistic Children

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    This resource was created as a supplement for the Language Builder: ARIS® Academic Readiness Intervention System complete early autism curriculum, Lesson #194, Receptive Time - Analog and Lesson #195, Expressive Time -..
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    20 Best Books for Teaching the Concept of Time to Autistic Children

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    This resource was created as a supplement for the Language Builder: ARIS® Academic Readiness Intervention System complete early autism curriculum, Lesson #175, Receptive Numbers 11+. Download a free copy of the lesson..
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    How to Teach Zero to Autistic Children

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    This resource was created as a supplement for the Language Builder: ARIS® Academic Readiness Intervention System complete early autism curriculum, Lesson #165, Color Patterns, Lesson #166, Shape Patterns, and Lesson..
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    10 Best Books to Teach Autistic Students How to Use Money

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    Understanding the Role Echolalia Plays in Language Development for Autistic Children
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    Field trips create enriching experiences that support instruction. Students habitually love field trips, and they get excited about hands-on learning. Teachers love field trips because they engage students in learning,..
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    The Importance of Self-Care for Parents and Caregivers of Autistic Children For parents and caregivers, and especially when caring for an autistic child, it can be very difficult to find time for self-care. The demands..
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    Cut Yourself Some Slack: Parenting and Autism

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    One of my older sisters, Shaylin, was born in September 1995, in Knoxville, Tennessee, a lovely, blue-eyed infant, the second daughter of my happy parents. From the time my parents took her home to Jefferson City, to..
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    My Sister and Me – Both Autistic

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    Defining inclusion: Inclusion is a common term used in education, meaning to bring together all students regardless of their abilities. An inclusion setting allows students with disabilities to learn and socialize..
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    6 Ways to Set Up Inclusion Settings Successfully for Autistic Students

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    As schools started up again for the 2021-2022 school year, there were a lot of questions. The previous year’s fluctuations between remote, hybrid, and in-person models left everyone’s heads spinning, perhaps none more..
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    What Research Has Shown About School Closures Impact on Autistic Students

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    Taking action when someone is suicidal is critical to saving a life. This article will identify warning signs and what you can do to help.
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    How to Help Autistic People Who May Be Feeling Suicidal

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    You may have heard the phrase “ABA can save the world!” While Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) works well on an individual basis, I have found that those same techniques and interventions also work well in the classroom...
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    Using Applied Behavior Analysis Interventions to Motivate the Classroom, Promote Cooperation, and Improve Behavior

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    Let’s talk homework! If you are a parent to a school-aged autistic child, you may find it challenging to encourage your child to complete homework assignments. Autistic children will often engage in undesired behaviors,..
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    How to Shape Homework Behavior With Autistic Children

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    An antecedent is an event, action, or circumstance that occurs directly before a behavior. Using antecedent strategies involves modifying an environment to reduce undesirable behaviors among autistic learners before..
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    Using Antecedent Strategies to Minimize Challenging Behaviors With Autistic Students

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    Grandparents can have a unique role in the lives of their autistic grandchild. They can be a source of support, guidance, connection, encouragement, and love.
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    How Grandparents Can Support Their Autistic Grandchild

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    What is the difference between “people-first” and “identity-first” language with regard to Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)? How do culture, identity, and statistics play a role in this question? How do you define..
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    Identity First: On Knowing Who You Are

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    Topics: About Autism, Current News and Research, Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17), Young Adult (18-21), Adult (22+)

    The new school year is quickly approaching. Setting up a new classroom takes time and a lot of planning, especially when taking into consideration the needs of our unique students. Autistic children notably require..
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    4  Key Tips for Preparing your Special Education Classroom for the New School Year

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    Topics: Autism and Physical Spaces, Elementary (4-12)

    NOTE: New Guide Just Released to Help Schools Give Care to Children Covered by Medicaid Is your school or district doing all it can to take advantage of these new funds? Any eligible service you are not currently..
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    School Guide to Expanding Medicaid Reimbursements for Special Education and Other Health and Behavioral Services

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    Topics: About Autism, Autism Treatment Options, Current News and Research, Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17), Reference

    What are some of the myths about autism, where do these myths come from, and how do they affect children, families, teachers, and therapists? By identifying the myths, we can challenge them through accurate information..
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    10 Myths About Autism

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    Strategies for Active Engagement in the Classroom and on Zoom for Autistic Children You’ve likely heard the phrase “Busy hands are happy hands,” but the same is true for our brains. One of the hardest skills for..
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    “Opportunities to Respond” in the Classroom for Autistic Students

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    Topics: Inclusive Education, AI & Technology for Autism Education, COVID-19 Emergency Response, Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17)

    In recent years the toy industry has exploded with options for toys focused on the fidgeting sensory needs of autistic people and those with ADHD and other disabilities to have their fine motor needs met. Pop-fidgets,..
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    Autism Fidget Toys Are More Than Just Fun: Strong Research Supports Their Use

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    Toilet training autistic children can be a daunting task. It requires patience, time, and a team effort. Toilet training is a necessity to develop a more self-sufficient and independent child.
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    A Teachers Guide to Toilet Training Autistic Children: Five Key Steps

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    Topics: Health & Nutrition, Autism & Transitions, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Infant/Toddler (0-3)

    Executive functioning is a fundamental process that each person needs to achieve goals, filter distractions, prioritize tasks, and control impulses. Deficits in executive functioning will impact a person’s ability to..
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    How to Strengthen Executive Functioning Skills for Autistic Children

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    Topics: Inclusive Education, Autism & Transitions, Autism and Physical Spaces, Infant/Toddler (0-3), Elementary (4-12)

    Using the ARIS® Academic Readiness Intervention System in a Virtual Setting With the STAGES® Learning Line Platform I’ve seen the research, but never actually bought in until I experienced it. I’m talking about..
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    Autism and Teletherapy: It’s Working!

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    Topics: AI & Technology for Autism Education, Autism Treatment Options, Elementary (4-12), Teen (13-17), Young Adult (18-21), Adult (22+)

    Reinforcement or bribery: Is there a difference? Positive reinforcement is a powerful motivator. For autistic children, the purpose of using positive reinforcement in the classroom or at home is to shape better behavior..
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    The Power of Positive Reinforcement for Teaching Autistic Children

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    A Teacher’s Guide for Communicating Effectively With Families Who Have Autistic Children Effective communication with families is a significant piece of being a good teacher. It can be challenging for us teachers to..
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    Ways to Develop a Strong Parent-Teacher Relationship

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    Parents and teachers may wonder if their student is autistic, or is intellectually gifted, or both. “Twice Exceptional”, or “2e,” are the current descriptors for students who have both a disability and intellectual..
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    Twice Exceptional: Untangling the Paradox of Giftedness and Autism

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    Autism Awareness and Acceptance to Prevent Bullying There has been a lot of talk about Autism Awareness and Acceptance through the years, and while we still have a ways to go, much has improved since my grandson was..
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    10 Things a Grandmother of an Autistic Child Would Like Other Children to Know

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    Everything You Need to Know About Starting a Career as an SLP There is a growing need for SLPs in the U.S. SLPs work in a variety of settings including private practice, public and private schools, hospitals, specialist..
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    So You Want to Be a Speech Language Pathologist (SLP)?

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    Using the ARIS® Academic Readiness Intervention System With My Brother, Tommy. With ARIS, Skill Development Can Happen at Any Age Early intervention is the prime advice for education and life skills in the autism..
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    Can ARIS Work for an Autistic 29-Year-Old?

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    Personalization Is the Key You have probably heard a lot about using "visual schedules" for autistic people. However, you may not be as familiar with the many different types of visual schedules or the different factors..
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    A Guide to Types of Visual Schedules for Autistic Individuals

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    A review of the research, risks, protective factors, and components of addiction, and a preview of treatment options for autistic individuals who struggle with the disease of addiction.1
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    Autism and Substance Use Disorders: Is There a Connection?

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    As children become older and begin to develop new skills, it can be overwhelming for caregivers and parents to teach more complex behaviors, such as developing new language, making requests, cleaning their room, or..
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    How To Use Shaping to Teach Autistic Children New Behaviors at Home

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    How to Use Chaining to Break Down Complex Tasks for Autistic Children

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    I was an exhausted Mom, nervous and beyond overwhelmed with my toddler sitting (bouncing) wildly on my lap on his knees, singing inaudibly while playing with my earrings as I tended to the cries and wiggles of my infant..
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    The Simple Guide to Prevent Autism Caregiver Burnout

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    Maybe you’ve been working with an autistic child or adult and you’ve decided to make a career out of it. There are plenty of related jobs in fields like education and speech, but one of the most sought-after positions..
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    So You Want to Be a BCBA?

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    From Stereotypes to Paving the Way for a Diverse and Authentic Understanding of Autistic Individuals Taking a closer look at Abed Nadir, Hank Rizzoli, Matilda, Drea, and Nicholas In recent years, we have been seeing..
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    5 Diverse Portrayals of Autistic Adults on TV

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    There is a common saying in special education when referring to our autistic learners - if you’ve met one autistic child; you’ve met one autistic child. Teachers need to remember that each child is unique and will have..
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    Autism 101: 10 Tips for General Education Teachers

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    A list of best resorts and theme parks serving families with autistic children: from customized services and specialized camps for autistic children to front-of-the-line passes, vacations can be autism-friendly!
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    Autism-Friendly Vacation Destinations: A Guide for Families

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    Opening My ARIS Autism Curriculum Kit for the First time

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    6 Great Autistic Characters in Children's Shows Teaching Us All the Language of Acceptance, Diversity, and Inclusion In recent years we have been seeing more authentic representation of autistic characters across all..
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    6 Great Autistic Characters on Children's Media

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    Concern has been expressed regarding a shortage of qualified Applied Behavior Analysts to meet the demands of a growing ASD population and also about the quality of training available to such providers. The prevalence..
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    Teletherapy and Teletraining: A Solution to the Shortage of Qualified ABA Therapists

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    Facing a Critical Shortage of ABA Therapists? Teletherapy Can Help

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    As I enter the house, she’s screaming. A 3-year-old with a full-blown meltdown meets me at the door. Well, her mom meets me with the I’m-going-to-pull-my-hair-out look with her sweet, beautiful, screaming child rolling..
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    8 Tantrum Taming Skills for Helping Autistic Children

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    Many research studies indicate that contextual factors play a role in who gets diagnosed, the type of diagnosis, who gets treatment, and the type of treatment provided.1
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    Under- and Over-diagnosis of ASD: Do Race and Social Class Matter?

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    An Autism Kit, also known as a “Calm Down Kit,” “Sensory Kit” or “Autism Survival Kit” is an invaluable tool for any parent of an autistic child. If you’ve ever been away from home with your autistic child and found..
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    How to Build an Autism Kit for On-the-Go

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    The Story of My Brother Tommy Growing up is never easy. Growing up in a hearing household with a brother who is deaf and autistic brings unexpected challenges, to say the least. Picture a rural family in the 1990s with..
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    Growing Up in a Deaf and Autism Household

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    Learn What Each Specialist Does in Order to Make the Most of Your Child’s IEP Team When you show up to your child’s IEP meeting for the first time you may be wondering, “Who are all of these people?” You probably know..
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    Who's Who on the IEP Team?

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    A Special Education Teacher Reflects on a Challenging Time It has been over three years since the COVID-19 pandemic shut down school districts nationwide. The U.S. shifted into a state of loss and then grief. Loss of..
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    3 Gifts of Grief from the COVID-19 Pandemic

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    True or False: Speech Delays = Autism? Parents become understandably anxious when a child doesn’t meet age-expected speech development milestones. There is a delicate balance between total panic at the sign of speech..
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    Are My Child's Speech Delays a Sign of Autism?

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    Using Routines and Pre-Correction in the Classroom for Autistic Students What is the best way to address a problem behavior? Before it happens! Procedures and routines paired with pre-correction strategies are..
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    Proactive Strategies for Reducing Problem Behaviors Before They Happen

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