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    How to Provide the Most Effective Teletherapy Possible for Children with Autism As schools around the world prepare for learning to continue in the fall, educators and service providers are wondering how to best tackle..
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    10 Best Practices for Providing Teletherapy for Children with Autism

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    Topics: Autism Technology, Autism Treatment Options, Autism and Physical Spaces, COVID-19 Emergency Response

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

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    Playing outdoors has huge implications for all children. Many researchers cite outdoor play as being a conduit for decreased stress levels, emotional resilience, increased cognitive functioning, increased attention, as..
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    Four Ways to Make Your Backyard More Autism Friendly

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    Fine Motor Skill Milestones Fine motor skills are the coordination of small muscle movements. Fine motor skills are the ability to make movements in our eyes, wrists, hands, and fingers. Many everyday tasks require..
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    11 Strategies to Help Your Child with Autism Develop Fine Motor Skills

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    Topics: Early Childhood Education, Blending Hands-on & Digital Activities, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Autism and Physical Spaces, Infant/Toddler (0-3), Elementary (4-12), Articles

    Language Builder ARIS Complete Autism Curriculum

    Play is often described as the “work” of childhood, where children can make friendships, learn social skills, come to understand expected group behavior, consequences, turn taking, and cooperation, not to mention have..
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    12 Popular Games Adapted for Children with Autism

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

    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

    Note: These songs can be used with ARIS (Academic Readiness Intervention System) Lesson 72.
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    The Most Popular Action and Movement Songs for Children with Autism

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    Topics: Early Childhood Education, Autism and Language, Autism and Physical Spaces, Infant/Toddler (0-3), Elementary (4-12), Articles

    The beginning of a new school year can be a difficult time for some children with autism. Shifting from the comfort of home to an environment packed with loud voices, stiff chairs, slamming doors, and a new structure..
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    Inclusion Toolkit: Top Ten Products to Accommodate Students with Autism in the Classroom

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    How can you help your students discover stillness? joy? authenticity?  Positive psychology is the science of well-being, which applied, can bring more positivity and happiness into your classroom. Try investing in these..
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    Positive Pedagogy: How to Bring Positive Psychology into Special Education and Inclusive Classrooms for Students with Autism

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    Topics: Early Childhood Education, Health & Nutrition, Inclusive Education, Autism & Emotions, Autism and Physical Spaces, Parents, Articles

    Summer camp can be a positive and enriching experience for children on the autism spectrum, providing an alternative to the rigorous school year routine and opportunities for peer interactions. However, finding the..
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    How to Choose a Summer Camp for Your Child with Autism

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

    5 Tips for Helping Your Child Succeed in Sports It is no secret that sports are a big part of most people’s lives. More than 100 million people in the United States alone tune in to watch the Super Bowl every year...
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    Best Sports for Children with Autism

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    Topics: Health & Nutrition, Advice for Parents and Caregivers, Autism and Physical Spaces, Parents, Articles

    Parents and teachers can feel confused and uncomfortable when students shout, cry, or act in ways that appear developmentally or culturally inappropriate. It’s helpful to learn who you can turn to for training or advice..
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    Cool Down Spaces: Best Practices for Managing Challenging Behaviors in the Classroom or the Home

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    Topics: Autism and Physical Spaces, Infant/Toddler (0-3), Elementary (4-12), Parents, Articles

    If you’re like me, there’s nothing more appealing than a home renovation show where a grand reveal shows furniture that is perfectly staged and pristine. As a teacher, this enthusiasm for design and decoration carried..
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    Creating Spaces that Work for Children with Autism

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    Topics: Autism and Physical Spaces, Parents, Articles