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  • Life Journey Through Autism: A Parent's Guide to Research

    series Life Journey Through Autism
    Understanding a complex spectrum disorder like autism is difficult enough in a purely academic setting. Yet when parents learn of their child’s autism diagnosis, they are tasked with educating themselves about autism and the wide range of treatment options available.Research can play a critical role in that education. That is why we created A Parent’s Guide to Research, a basic primer on autism ... Read more

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  • Life Journey Through Autism: A Guide for Military Families

    series Life Journey Through Autism
    When a military family has a child with autism, they face all the emotions and challenges that accompany this diagnosis, compounded by the realities of military service: war, extended family separation, frequent moves, varying access to specialized healthcare, and other stressors that complicate and often work against effective treatment for children with autism. These families need help ... Read more

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  • Life Journey Through Autism: A Guide to Safety

    No parental instinct is as intense and fundamental as protecting one’s child from harm. For parents of children with autism, safety risks become magnified because of challenges resulting from fixations with narrow interests, limited situational awareness, and sensory and communication issues. So why should parents expect to do it all alone?We wrote A Guide to Safety with a lot of help from parents ... Read more

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  • Life Journey Through Autism: Navigating the Special Education System

    More children with autism are attending public school than ever before.Many teachers, administrators, and school support staff lack the background and training to meet the unique needs of students with autism. It falls to the parents to make sure that their child’s challenges, whether with social interactions, communication, or behavior, are addressed with research-based interventions within the ... Read more

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  • Life Journey Through Autism: A Parent's Guide to Assessment

    The formal assessment process can be a daunting experience for parents of children newly diagnosed with autism. By using highly technical language and focusing on “deficit performance,” assessments can often overwhelm and dishearten parents. In addition, autism and medical professionals rarely explain outcomes in terms that parents can use to set goals for their children. The Parent’s Guide to ... Read more

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  • Life Journey Through Autism: A Guide for Transition to Adulthood

    Adulthood is more than just a chronological state. Adulthood represents a time in one’s life where there are increased levels of independence, choice, responsibility, and personal control. Adulthood is the defining period of one’s life and, while we may look back fondly on our childhood, it is our accomplishments as adults for which we are generally most proud. Why, then, should adulthood for the ... Read more

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  • Life Journey Through Autism: An Educator's Guide to Autism

    An Educator’s Guide to Autism, the second book in our Life Journey Through Autism series of resource guides, provides parents, teachers and education professionals with a plan for teaching a child with autism in the general elementary classroom setting.The heart of An Educator’s Guide to Autism is a six-step approach for a teacher preparing to teach a child with autism in his or her classroom. The ... Read more

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    Integrating Best Practices Throughout the Student’s Day

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    Online counselling practice is written to assist practitioners providing online counselling practice in various settings and also working individually as private practitioners. Online counselling practice can be seen as another method of providing counselling online with the use of technology today. There are many ways of establishing and preparing yourself for online counselling practice and this ... Read more

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    Integrating Evidence-Based Practicies Throughout the Student's Day; Second Edition

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    A Step-by-Step Guide for Educators

    "Gives general educators the precise information needed to work with children on the autistic spectrum. The range of topics covered makes this book a great resource for professionals looking for an overview of autism spectrum disorders and how to work effectively with this population."—G. Richmond Mancil, Assistant ProfessorUniversity of Central Florida"Teachers in today′s classrooms are faced ... Read more

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    How do I help students manage their thoughts, behaviors, and emotions? (ASCD Arias)

    series ASCD Arias
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