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Wednesday 22 Nov 2017

Inclusion brings students together


Nice article about two boys with autism in Alabama who are educated for all or part of their classroom in an inclusive placement. New parents should read this and heed the interviewee’s advice to arm yourself with information to help your child access the best services and be “diplomatic and respectful” when working with the school team.

By: Jimmy Sailors
Published: October 22, 2011

By the time Nicholaus Kirkman and his twin brother, John Ryan Kirkman, were attending Head Start, their mother had noticed some developmental delays.

During a meeting at the school, she brought up the subject, saying “You know, just the way they act, if I didn’t know better I’d think they had autism.”

School officials had the same suspicions. They recommended testing, and that’s how Rhonda Kelly found out her boys have autism.

Read the rest of the article at dothaneagle.com

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