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!

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

How can I help a student with autism build social skills?

Autism challenge can be nurtured with an understanding public

Autism & Special Needs- a board for teachers and parents

Awesomeness and Autism: A blog written by a teacher of students with Autism focusing on classroom resources, tools, tidbits and stories

Resources for teachers and parents. Autism & Special Needs, K, Pre-K.

What an awesome and extremely helpful site for teachers working with students on the Autism Spectrum. Minischedule

Rage-Control for Children on the Autism Spectrum: Advice for Parents and Teachers

"My Emotional Thermometer" was created to help teachers teach younger children to learn to recognize their own escalation cycle, an important step in developing emotional regulation skills. $

The ultimate list of educational websites #education #educationalwebsite #teacher. This could be useful.

Children with Asperger's and other autism spectrum disorders can get quite a lot of upsetting thoughts. Here are 50 pre-written thought bubbles that are easy to download, print and use (teachers, SLP's, anyone, not just therapists). Make a quick CBT, hands-on matching game or add a visual dimension to your work.

Fully editable (and free!) IEP at a Glance template. Use an IEP at a Glance to keep your students' information easily accessible and to provide other teachers with a snapshot of your students' IEPs.

"Multiple Intelligences"~Howard Gardner Its not just IQ that counts!!

Speech Therapy Terms Free Download to share with your families and colleagues to help them to better understand Speech goals, evaluations, etc from Ms Jocelyn. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources @sostherapy

Calm Down Checklist


Autism Discussion Page on Facebook

GREAT FOR TEACHER INFORMATION!!! Sensory processing disorder

Helping the student with Asperger's Syndrome