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Things to help Autistic/Aspergers child


Things to help Autistic/Aspergers child

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Welcome to Autism Games. This site is for parents and teachers of children with moderate to severe autism

Specialist schools provide education programs for children with developmental delays, autism and moderate to severe intellectual disabilities.

Cranleigh School - Home

cranleighps.act.edu.au

My Magical Cushion [BA1884] - Abracadabra! Watch your little Tazmanian Devil sit still with our Magical Cushion! The cushion stimulates sensory awareness, moderates the wiggles and provide a calm spot to sit. An ideal choice for children with sensory processing and focus challenges. The cushion challenges balance and provides postural training. This one has extra

My Magical Cushion

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Miss Allison's Class: Teaching Numeration to Students with Moderate-Intensive Needs (with FREEBIES!)

Autism Classroom Magazine (Digital Magazine) for Parents and Educators. Tips for Paraeducators, administrators, babysitters, parents and teachers. Share, print, email, tweet, post or send home to families. :)

Autism Classroom Magazine (December 2013)

autismclassroom.com

Math Practice through Meal Planning - A Life Skills Activity from Special Education Meets General Education on TeachersNotebook.com - (6 pages) - This is the perfect activity for middle school or high school students with moderate disabilities who need remediation and practice in basic arithmetic, but who are working through the transition process and need to start practicing life skills such as me

Math Practice through Meal Planning - A Life Skills Activity |

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A teacher of middle school-aged students with physical or moderate to severe cognitive inpairments in a center-based special education school. She's in her 8th year teaching and 3rd year with this disability level and she loves collaborating with and learning from other teachers.

Aligning IEPs to the Common Core State Standards for students with moderate and seer disabilities

This 8-slide PowerPoint social story is for student exceptionalities specific to autism, moderate to severe intellectual or behavioral disabilities...

Following Directions Social Story

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Sensory Processing Olfactory System Explained

The History of Autism

Fidget Rings help to increase focus in children who can’t sit still or are diagnosed with ADHD.

31 Products Every Parent Of A Growing Child Will Want

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Sensory Starter Kit for under $20 from the Dollar Tree from Fun at Home with Kids

Sensory Starter Kit for under $20 from the Dollar Tree

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Children and teens with learning disabilities sometimes have a hard time with social skills and behavior, including reading or communicating nonverbal signals. Apps can provide some high-tech support. Get recommendations from our mother-daughter app-testing team! #LD #ADHD #apps

Apps for Students With LD | Social Support and Behavior

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The Calm and Cool Log Booklet. A must for children with anger issues! (5 pages in all)

Autism activity tasks

Read this when going over rules and procedures for lunch room.

Creativity in Therapy: How Full Is Your Bucket? #arttherapy Also a great way to teach figures of speech.

Problem Solving with picture-drawing

I have Aspergers. You have Ignorant. I'd rather have Aspergers. blog post about the Ignorance of Asperger's Syndrome | by Nikki Schwartz

Aspergers...a good reminder.

My Aspergers Child: Teaching the Visually-Oriented Aspergers Student

I read this book before my son had an official diagnosis. I still think its the best book I have ever read on Asperger's.

The relationship between Aspergers and depression

Kids with Asperger's and other autism spectrum disorders often try to make their world more predictable and coherent by being rigid. These cards are designed to increase their awareness of flexibility and its role in social interaction. Download them and cut them out. This was pinned by pinterest.com/... .  Follow all our boards.