The AQ Test was developed by Simon Baron-Cohen from the Autism Research Centre. It is important to note that while this test can be used to give an indication of the likelihood of having Asperger’s Syndrome, it is not meant to replace a formal medical diagnosis. The AQ Test can be a screening tool which can be used which can be used to indicate the likelihood Aspergers, PDD Nos or other forms of Autism.
Free STAAR resources from the Texas Education Agency! Includes grade-specific assessed curriculum, raw score conversion tables, student expectations, and released test questions--- all in a grade-specific format.
This site is a perfect resource for teachers, parents, carers and school psychologists. It provides quality information on all disability types. Most importantly, it has behaviour plans and motivators created for children with special needs but work for children of all abilities. Link to Behaviour Plans and Motivators.
Social Story "No hitting" has been tried and tested with my students. Social stories help a person with autism understand how to behave or respond in a particular situation using a visual guide describing various social interactions, situations, behaviours, skills or concepts. The goal of this Social Story is to share accurate social information and how to behave in them instances.
This experimental version of the hand warmer is offered as a test idea and not as a definitive solution. You’re encouraged to share your science fair results online. Click above to get the experiment details!