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Wednesday 22 Nov 2017

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Tristram Smith

Making inclusion work for students with ASD

Article by Abby Twyman, M.Ed., BCBA Memorial day weekend for most people around the country means long weekends with family and barbeques, but for behavior analysts it means its time for the annual ABAI conference. During this time, behavior analysts […]

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Inclusion in the General Education Setting

An article published in 2003, Inclusion of Learners with Autism Spectrum Disorders in General Education Settings, by Richard Simpson and colleagues describes the Autism Spectrum Disorder Inclusion Collaboration

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The End of the Month but Not the End of Autism Awareness and Acceptance

Autism Awareness Month 2012 is over, but I want to remind everyone out there that just because the month of April is over doesn't mean the efforts to

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Social Skills Assessments and Programs

Assessing and developing intervention programs to address the social skill deficits for students with autism can be difficult. There are many checklists, books, games and other materials available

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Teaching Communication Skills

Communication skills are essential for individuals with autism. If an individual can not communicate their wants, needs, interests, etc., they will be very limited in the opportunities available

Autism Awarness Video: Diagnostic Criteria for Autism

Great video by Rethink Autism about the diagnostic criteria for autism. This is perfect to share with those interested in autism. Spread the awareness of autism so we


What is Autism?

For us to help people become more aware of autism, it is important to clearly define what autism is so people can understand how significantly it impacts those

April Autism Awareness

Autism Awareness Month is Here

April is Autism Awareness Month, and at the Autism Community the month we are going to be featuring articles focused on the treatment of the core characteristics of


Stories aren’t just for bedtime anymore!!

Article by Stephanie Ekis, MS, CCC-SLP Did you know that you can write simple stories to help your child get through a situation that might be difficult

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Effects of Physical Exercise on Autism Spectrum Disorders

Anyone can tell you that routine exercise has positive physical and mental health effects for the average person. It is not a far stretch to make the assumption