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To the woman who sat at table nine : an open letter which will melt the heart of parents of autistic children worldwide
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To the woman who sat at table nine : an open letter which will melt the heart of parents of autistic children worldwide

As parents of children with autism, we are usually prepared for the reaction of a society which sometimes does not understand the autistic spectrum. Stimming, repetitive behaviour and the dreaded meltdown are part of our days. I know that I have sometimes d...
Peer Modeling Shows Greater Success than Traditional Autism Interventions
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Peer Modeling Shows Greater Success than Traditional Autism Interventions

Studies suggest that peer training outperforms traditional autism interventions. As research continues to surface in news reports and other media, more information becomes available to parents and teachers. Primary caregivers can utilize these techniques on a ...
Sometimes inclusion isn’t the right choice – Guest Opinion
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Sometimes inclusion isn’t the right choice – Guest Opinion

This morning, yet another article about the wonders of inclusion for special ed students popped up in my social media. It was about myths and misunderstandings about inclusion, dispelling those ideas of how inclusion is interruptive to the other students or ...