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Acting Class Helps Autistic Students Cope

Acting Class Helps Autistic Students Cope

It's a class, but you won't see any pencils or paper.  Aaron Breitkopf is one of twelve acting students with autism at the Green Room Actor's Lounge in Atlanta.  Through acting skits, the classes teach students how to adapt to real life situations.    Read More

April 30, 2012

Autism & the Arts

 

Tina Brown: The Forever Child

What can the many millions of parents with limited means do as more and more special-needs kids reach adulthood? We are about to face a social crisis that nobody is talking about, which is why Newsweek asked Michelle Cottle to address it this week.        Read More

April 30, 2012

Teens & Adults With Autism

The Achieve Degree Offers College Degree Customized For Students With Autism

The Achieve Degree Offers College Degree Customized For Students With Autism

The Achieve Degree offers one-on-one mentors, short, concentrated semesters, life labs and specially-trained faculty. It also incorporates as much choice as possible so that students can further customize their learning experience. Some choices include the option to read and/or listen to content and the ability to do either or... Read More

April 25, 2012

College & University Places Schools & Learning Centers Teens & Adults With Autism

 

What Does Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Have To Do With MY Therapy?

There are many ways in which a behavior analyst can help all therapists get better outcomes from children during treatment sessions. Understanding and using the principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA) can improve the effectiveness of other treatment methods and reduce interfering behaviors that often slow a child’s... Read More

April 23, 2012

Therapy & Treatment Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) & Verbal Behavior (VB) Occupational & Sensory Therapy Speech & Language Therapy

Through A Different Lens: Autism And The Divine

Through A Different Lens: Autism And The Divine

Mary Hynes' radio interviews  explore how individuals on the Autism Spectrum perceive God and matters of faith, as well as examining the roles various places of worship have played in these people's lives. Temple Grandin is among those interviewed.      Read More

April 21, 2012

Religion

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