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  • In His Shoes – A Short Journey Through Autism

    Imagine spending a year in middle school without being able to talk with friends and not understanding the concept of “hanging out.” In His Shoes – A Short Journey Through Autism provides an opportunity to follow Nicholas Hansen, a 13-year-old boy, as he ventures onto a middle school campus for the f…[Read more]

  • A Is for Autism, F Is for Friend

    Chelsea, an eleven year old girl, who just happens to have severe autism, welcomes us into her life. Seeing kids on the playground and at the park playing games, she expresses her desire to get to know some of them. However, she explains that social interaction can be tricky for her. She clarifies some of the…[Read more]

  • Kim started the topic My Brother Charlie in the forum Book Review 1 year, 8 months ago

    My Brother Charlie

    Hardcover – March 16, 2010by Robinson Peete, Holly (Author), Ryan Elizabeth Peete (Author), Holly Robinson Peete (Author), Shane Evans (Illustrator)

    “Charlie has autism. His brain works in a special way. It’s harder for him to make friends. Or show his true feelings. Or stay safe.” But as his big sister tells us, for e…[Read more]

  • Kim started the topic High School in the forum 14 ~ 16 years 1 year, 8 months ago

    High School 

    Welcome!
    High school is an exciting time in your life. It’s the time when you discover who you are as an individual, and how you define yourself within the whole of society. Just as important, it’s a time to prepare for adulthood and independence.

    In addition to the everyday challenges, mistakes, and adventures that come with the…[Read more]

  • Peer Education Programs

    -Kit for Kids
    Peer Education Program (K-8)

    -Autism Tuned In

    By https://researchautism.org/education/resources-edu/

  • Kim started the topic Sibling Support in the forum Parent Training 1 year, 8 months ago

    Sibling Support 
    Siblings of children with autism are in a unique position. They face challenges (similar to those that parents encounter), but at a time before they’ve developed appropriate coping strategies. As a result, they need support to ensure that they’re informed, feel respected, and know how to be compassionate advocates for their brot…[Read more]

  • Caring for Siblings of Children with Autism
    In families with multiple children, a frequent parental concern is developing a healthy relationship between their children in order to promote positive individual and cooperative growth. That concern is increased when a family is faced with an autism diagnosis. You must react not only to the diagnosis,…[Read more]

  • Kim started the topic Family Supports in the forum Parent Training 1 year, 8 months ago

    Family Supports
    Just as a flight attendant instructs everyone on a plane to “put on your own mask first before assisting others” in the case of a cabin pressure emergency, so too should you first take care of yourself outside of the role as a parent. Raising a child with autism requires a lot of time and energy. At times, you and your family may…[Read more]

  • Kim started the topic Transfers in the forum IEP Implement 1 year, 8 months ago

    Note on Transfers
    When children with disabilities move to a new, different school district—in the same state or a different state—the new school district must provide services that are comparable to the services in the previous IEP.

    Transfer in Same State
    “In the case of a child with a disability who transfers school districts within the same…[Read more]

  • Kim started the topic IEP in the forum IEP Implement 1 year, 8 months ago

    Who Is On the IEP Team?
    Your child’s IEP team includes several people. By law, it includes to the extent applicable:

    You, the parent
    Your child at age 16 and older
    A translator, if needed
    The evaluator, such as a school psychologist
    At least one general education teacher
    At least one special education teacher
    A school district r…[Read more]

  • What Does the IEP Contain?
    An IEP must include the following components:

    Present Levels of Performance (PLOP) – This section captures a description of your child’s current abilities, skills, strengths, and weaknesses across academic, social, physical, and functional domains. It describes in measurable ways how your child’s special needs impac…[Read more]

  • IDEA: Understanding Your Child’s Educational Rights
    Understanding your child’s educational rights is essential to getting the support you need in the school setting. Learn about your child’s educational rights and what you can expect as you work with the school to establish your child’s educational program.

    In summary, IDEA governs the way sch…[Read more]

  • Kim started the topic Pica in the forum Parent Training 1 year, 8 months ago

    Pica
    Reviewed by: Mary L. Gavin, MD

    Many young kids put nonfood items in their mouths at one time or another. They’re naturally curious about their environment and might, for instance, eat some dirt out of the sandbox. Kids with pica, however, go beyond this innocent exploration of their surroundings.

    About Pica
    The word pica comes from the…[Read more]

  • The Best of Teen Autism
    Out of 436 posts, where do you start? Some start with the links on the front page, some pick out the categories in the sidebar they are most interested in, and some start at the beginning with the archives (after they get a big cup of coffee). But I say, start with the best.

    Hi, I’m Tanya, the mom and writer of Teen A…[Read more]

  • The Best of Teen Autism
    Out of 436 posts, where do you start? Some start with the links on the front page, some pick out the categories in the sidebar they are most interested in, and some start at the beginning with the archives (after they get a big cup of coffee). But I say, start with the best.

    Hi, I’m Tanya, the mom and writer of Teen A…[Read more]

  • The Best of Teen Autism
    Out of 436 posts, where do you start? Some start with the links on the front page, some pick out the categories in the sidebar they are most interested in, and some start at the beginning with the archives (after they get a big cup of coffee). But I say, start with the best.

    Hi, I’m Tanya, the mom and writer of Teen A…[Read more]

  • Kim started the topic Slip in the forum Book Review 1 year, 8 months ago

    Slip Paperback

    – March 30, 2010by Tanya Savko (Author)

    Andrew Pavel, by all outward appearances, lives a normal life. He has a beautiful wife, Erica, and two great kids, Nathan and Eileen. His brother and sister are his best friends and his parents drive him crazy. But behind closed doors, normal is slipping away from a depressed and anxious A…[Read more]

  • Hart Faber Carlys Story of Autism.mov  

    This is the second of two acts on 20/20 in 2009 visiting a rare autistic girl who can’t speak, but learned to type which opened a new world for her and us. For more info and to find her blog use this link
    http://www.ctv.ca/CTVNews/Health/2010

  • 소름돋는 우리가 몰랐던 자폐아가 보는 세상

    https://youtube.com/watch?v=1oPVDQREHzA

  • 발달장애 아동 청소년의 문제 행동 치료 가이드 라인

     

    국립정신건강센터에서 발간한 발달장애 아동청소년의 문제행동치료 가이드라인 자료

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