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      Self-stimulatory behaviors with autism What is stimming?
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      What is Stimming?

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      What we know about ASD is largely based on research on boys with autism: New studies are telling us how different girls with autism are from their male counterparts The issue of gender bias is as antiquated as it is..
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      Girls and Autism: The Impact of Gender Bias in Research on Autism

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      The new Language Builder: ARIS (Academic Readiness Intervention System) was developed to provide a curriculum to any teacher or parent interested in helping a child with autism develop to their full potential. ARIS was..
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      A New Curriculum for All Children with Autism

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      Recognition of Stages Learning Materials Contributions & Excellence

      This World Autism Awareness Day, an exciting collaborative project designed to amplify neurodiverse voices is capturing hearts and minds within the autistic community. It's the perfect time to make your contribution to..
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      Amplifying Neurodiverse Voices With the Giant Autism Billboard

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      Language Builder ARIS Complete Autism Curriculum

      Art therapy provides many benefits for children with autism because it promotes emotional and mental growth as well as independence and collaboration skills. As an outlet for self-expression, imagination, and..
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      Benefits and Strategies for Teaching Art to Children with Autism: Help for Art Challenged Adults Why Art?

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      Celebrating Strengths and Shifting Away from Deficit-Based Thinking Far too often, society’s bias towards students with autism focuses on the autism, rather than the whole child. Students with autism are more often..
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      Strengths-based Approaches to Autism for Teachers, SLPs, and Parents

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      Saber qué Buscar con el Autismo ¿Alguna vez se ha preocupado de que su hijo muestre síntomas de autismo, pero no tenía a quién acudir y no entendía cómo obtener un diagnóstico y asegurarse de que su hijo reciba la ayuda..
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      Reconocer los Signos y Sintomas del Autismo

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      Safety and preparation for emergency situations is a concern for any child, but especially for children with autism, who may be unable to communicate or respond correctly in emergency situations.
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      Top Safety Risks for Children with Autism and How to Communicate with First Responders

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

      It’s a couple months into the school year. The kids in your class know where to put unsharpened pencils, how to ask to go to the bathroom, and what to expect day to day. You have a strong sense of each child’s..
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      Does My Student Have Autism? A Guide for Teachers

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      Whether you’re shopping for Christmas, Hanukkah, or any other holiday, finding the “perfect” gift for a child with autism can be hard, given the range of sensitivities and needs a child may have. Because autism spectrum..
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      Ten Holiday Gifts for Children with Autism

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      The Benefits of Equine Therapy  What is Equine Therapy?
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      Can Horseback Riding Help Children with Autism?

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      The Academic Readiness Intervention System (ARIS™) is a new comprehensive early autism education curriculum based on the Language Builder® Picture Cards created over twenty years ago by Stages Learning and widely used..
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      The Research Effectiveness of the Language Builder® Academic Readiness Intervention System (ARIS)

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      Topics: About Autism, Teaching with Pictures, Autism and Language

      What is Autism Awareness Month? Each year during the month of April, individuals and organizations across the globe celebrate Autism Awareness Month with events to educate local communities and raise public awareness..
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      Autism Awareness Month: The History and Today

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      Affinities, Avatars, and Autism: Oh My! Learning empathy from Simba. Recognizing emotions with Ariel. It may seem unconventional, but the inspiring story about Owen Suskind, an autistic child depicted in the book and..
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      How a Child’s Special Interests Can Assist in Learning and Growing

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      Magazines The following are some of the leading magazines geared towards families, therapists, educators and researchers interested in staying on top of the news and scientific developments in the field of autism.
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      Autism Magazines and Journals

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      Having a special interest in something is a major part of the repetitive behavior that comes with autism. In fact, researcher Tony Attwood (2003) found that special interests seem “to be a dominant characteristic,..
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      Leveraging Special Interests to Help Children with Autism:  An Autistic Person* Shares Her Experiences

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      This article was originally written in English and has been translated into Chinese.    你曾经担心过你的孩子有自闭症的征兆,但是你却不知道去寻求谁的帮助,也不知道怎么找到确诊的途径吗?
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      辨别自闭症的迹象和症状 (Recognizing the Signs and Symptoms of Autism)

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      This article was originally written in English and has been translated into Chinese.  ..
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      教自闭症儿童进行情感表达 (Teaching Kids with Autism about Emotions)

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      Advice for entering the job world It is common knowledge that people with disabilities tend to experience higher rates of unemployment and underemployment. Many employers seem to be unwilling to give disabled..
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      Work Environments, Adjustments for Employees with Autism

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

      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..
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      Parents Guide to Bullying for Children with Autism

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