If Walls Could Talk…

Posting information in an easy-to-read format can provide staff members with important (and quick!) reminders throughout the day.

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Down Time…Now What?

Consider things that can be used as not only time-fillers, but as great mini-activities to get your students using language.

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Rainbow Shamrocks!

Do your students enjoy art? Use this simple but “LUCKY” art project to provide opportunities to practice language!

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Encouraging Exercise

Increasing physical activity for ALL children is critical for improving and sustaining health. Watch Tom and Aldo, who up until this point, engaged in very little physical activity.

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Never Say They Can’t!

Clearly there are learner variables. And, yes, some children/persons have extensive damage to their nervous system, which makes learning new skills more difficult, and in some cases, extremely difficult!

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A Fun Way …To Learn a Sign a Day!

Click here to register to receive our Sign a Day and/or view our ASL Browser. Watch a video clip of Wendy and Deanne demonstrating a few common Signs. As you will see, it is a fun and easy way to learn Sign Language.

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Children With Autism Just Want To Have Fun Too!

Watch Video- As teachers in public school autism programs, we have all had students that seem to “dislike” us – some even run the other way when we show up! This situation makes it nearly impossible to teach important skills that they so desperately […]

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Successful Group Instruction For ALL Students

In public school autism programs, teachers are faced with many challenges including instructing large groups while addressing the variability of student needs. Many of us ask, “How can we engage ALL students during these […]

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Free Autism Training for Military Families

Sheilagh Cirillo, Executive Director of the Foundation for Autism Training and Education (FATE), announces the launch of Project Patriot, an initiative to provide support to military families who have children with autism.

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