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Monday 27 Mar 2017

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Freedom from Fear of Speaking

Article by Abby Twyman, M.Ed., BCBA We’re half way through 2012 and it’s almost time for a new school year. Can you believe it? I know I can’t. I wanted to end this month, which is “Freedom from Fear of […]

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The Autism Intervention Training Video Series

Researchers in UNB’s psychology department, with support from Ronald McDonald House Charities® Canada, have created a series of videos to be used as a learning tool for classroom

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Autism and Law Enforcement

Dennis Debbaudt, father of an individual with autism and leading global voice on autism training for law enforcement and emergency responders, has developed a tip sheet for law

Special Needs Anti-Bullying Toolkit

Bullying in schools is a really hot topic right now. This organization has developed anti-bullying toolkits for parents, teachers and students. Please check out all the resources! This toolkit

Great Language Apps for Kids

Have you been searching for fun and educational apps for your iPad, iPhone or iTouch? The endearing term we use in the tech field is edutainment (educational entertainment...

Autism boom: an epidemic of disease or of discovery?

This article is by Alan Zarembo and was published in the Los Angeles Times on December 11, 2011. It is the first of four parts. Read the first

Tips to Make Halloween Enjoyable for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Parents of kids with autism should read this article about Halloween we found on the ASA website. There's only one week left until Halloween. We hope all your

National Museum of Dentistry Oral Health Resource for Parents

Our topic this month is Positive Behavior Supports. This FREE guide provides great resources for parents to address oral hygiene. They include visual supports and social stories for

Transition Tool Kit

Autism Speaks has worked together with parents and community leaders to develop a tool kit to assist parents and professionals in the transition process for their teens with

10 Tips for Vacationing for Families of Individuals with Autism

The thought of vacation to some families can bring on feelings of fear, anxiety or dread especially for those of you traveling with very young children or children