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Mothers of children with autism have stress levels comparable to combat veterans. Not so much anymore...he's doing SO much better...but early on? Absolutely, I can believe it!

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5 Main Types of Prompts: An Infographic

As we are talking about prompts, I thought it important to define prompts before we talk about how to use them and fade them. First, a prompt is anything you add to instruction to help the student get to the right response. This means that it includes pretty much anything that is done after the …

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These easy-to make meters help children with Asperger's to increase their awareness of voice volume, personal space and levels of formality.

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Here is a great visual to teach students with autism how to match their voice volume to the situation. ~ Re- pinned by Total Education Solutions. Check out the rest of our School Resources and Therapy pins @ http://pinterest.com/totaleducation

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Community Signs Skill Pack (Special Education and Autism Resource)

Being able to identify and understand community signs is a crucial for my special education students. These hands on tasks help them develop those life skills. There are 3 different levels so all of my students are able to use them. They are really helpful for my students with autism and multiple disabilities. Perfect for SPED rooms, work task boxes and direct instruction.

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How to Use Sentence Strips to Increase Commenting

Do you have a hard time getting your students with autism to communicate for anything other than asking for highly desired items? Here are some ideas about activities you can use with sentence starter strips to get more commenting from them. Tips about engineering the classroom to encourage commenting included. via @drchrisreeve

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In a special education classroom, it is extremely beneficial to have morning binders when they finish they morning group work on the board (covering topics of calendar, weather, social skills, emotions, lunch options, recess, attendance, etc.). This is a great way to keep the students' little hands busy during morning group and it is also useful to make sure each student is covering each topic. Each child's binder is different, depending on level and it is there to support their…

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Articulation Game: /l/ I Spy adapted with 3 levels (Speech Therapy)

Articulation I Spy /l/: three levels of difficulty for a unique way to practice articulation goals. Have fun searching for the pictures while practicing the /l/ sound in the initial, medial and final positions. #articulation #adaptedgame {Created by Adapting for Autism}

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Articulation Game: /sh/ I Spy adapted with 3 levels (Speech Therapy)

Articulation I Spy /sh/: three levels of difficulty for a unique way to practice articulation goals. Have fun searching for the pictures while practicing the /sh/ sound in the initial, medial and final positions. #articulation #adaptedgame {Created by Adapting for Autism}

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