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  • Cindy Golden

    Detecting AU signs in Infants...and a link to a great program in the UK

  • Autism Care UK

    HAPPINESS - Being happy comes from being in the right support environment, being in control of your support and through having a Person Centred Plan. This is such a cool picture - happiness often comes through the activities you enjoy...like a bit of messy baking!!

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What are the signs of #Autism; Great visual to print out and put in a Doctor's surgery or any place where the general public spend time. #raisingawareness @Irishautism

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A great way to get those kinesthetic learners learning and moving. While students sing the song, they shake the same body part.