Learning and Information for Families and Educators
A comprehensive, research based resource for families and educators of individuals with disabilities.
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This presentation explains the history of the diagnosis, a definition and general characteristics of students with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder. It also provides a recent research overview.
This presentation provides the communication characteristics of a student with ASD, the essential elements for a classroom to promote communication and examples of how to be a good communicator.
This presentation provides a definition of sensory processing and behavioral observations of students with problems in this area. It provides examples of adaptations to encourage participation as well as how to incorporate these adaptations into the daily routine.
This presentation provides a rationale for embedding IEP goals and reviews naturalistic teaching interventions and strategies. Examples of how to embed goals into the schedule are provided as well.
This presentation explores the importance of play, obstacles to play development and the components of a play skill program. It provides examples of teaching strategies and activities to promote play development. The second half explores social competence, the effects of social deficits and the components to a social skills program. It also provides teaching strategies and activities to promote social development.
This presentation explains this service delivery model as a semi-structured guide for planning how to systematically address play, language, and social skills in a naturalistic and meaningful environment.
This presentation describes the principals, goals and elements involved in a school wide positive behavior support program.
This presentation defines ABA, identifies types of ABA-based programs, lists components of ABA-based interventions and provides strategies for decreasing/eliminating problem behaviors.
This presentation begins with a review of Autism Spectrum Disorder symptoms. It goes on to include a basic discussion of Cognitive BehavioralTtherapy (CBT), what it does, how and why it works. It includes how clinicians successfully implement CBT strategies for children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
This succinct chapter selection DVD and handbook is tailor made for the busy principal. the presentation highlights important components of classrooms that support students with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Guidelines for teachers and prevention/de-escalation strategies that can promote independence and learning are provided. the presentation discusses research and characteristics of students with a diagnosis of Autism and Autism Spectrum Disorders in general. Resources
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