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    Autism Discussion Page on Facebook. Bill Nason, MS, LLP offers a wealth of information, powerpoints, photos, discussion forum, etc. This page is just so amazing and helpful! Parents, family, therapists, and teachers of individuals with autism should take in what this man shares. His knowledge and information is invaluable!

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Autism Discussion Page facebook page- This is one of the most helpful pages I use as a parent and teacher.

Autism Discussion Page on Facebook

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"What is autism and how does it affect a way a person learns? This infographic takes a look at autism and learning. It shows what obstacles people have when they're autistic and what ways they can facilitate their education."

When you have a child with Autism in your regular classroom or special education classroom. It is important that you at least have some backgrounds to help calm the child. -Rachel Rooker

Autism Radio - Home of Hope Saves The Day - Photos - The Autistic Brain

I still think having a diagnosis doesn't mean you have something more than other people; it just means it's been identified. For example, I'm not diagnosed yet. But I think I'm eligible for 6 letters, three medications, and 6 months...of um...I'm fine.

These slides and many more are bortowed from the "Autism Discussion Page" on Facebook. Such a phenomenal resource! TYVM!

autism. @Pediatric Therapy Center-for all of our pins, please visit our page at pinterest.com/...

Tips for working with Autistic Children (it's interesting how you pick up on these little tips and sometimes you forget how much you are actually doing that is aimed at benefiting each child; important to remember when giving parents and teachers tips!)