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How To Create A Better School Experience For Children With Autism

Posted on May 28, 2020
For children with autism, school can be a challenging place. Many schools are not equipped to offer all the academic, behavioral, and other services and support your child needs.  In the wrong school, your child may feel bored, excluded, or frustrated. A better school experience includes engaging and beneficial services and supports that equip your child to reach his or her full potential in the classroom and beyond.  Read on ...Read More

How To Choose The Right Specialty School For Autism

Posted on May 20, 2020
For children with autism, a specialty school can provide a stimulating and nurturing environment that meets their developmental needs. In the right setting, children with autism receive acceptance and respect. They also become equipped with knowledge, experiences, and tools that help them thrive now and into adulthood. Many special schools for autism offer unique educational, emotional and behavioral support and services. Here’s what to look for in a special school ...Read More

Parent’s Guide To Choosing A Specialty School For Autism

Posted on January 28, 2020
Because autism is a spectrum disorder, each child has unique educational needs. While some children with autism thrive in a traditional public school, other children need the features and benefits provided by an autism private school. The right school environment is important for all children, especially one with autism. School can help children achieve their full potential, participate as fully as possible in all aspects of life, and enjoy a ...Read More

The Difference Between Moderate To Severe Autism

Posted on March 20, 2019
Every person with autism will face social, communication, and behavior challenges, and they will need ongoing assistance and support. However, autism is a developmental disorder that’s a spectrum, meaning children with autism may experience mild, moderate, or severe symptoms and impairments. Understanding Differences In Moderate To Severe Autism As the parent of a child with autism, identifying the differences between moderate to severe autism assists you in understanding your child ...Read More

Severe Autism Symptoms, Diagnosis & Management

Posted on February 28, 2019
As a parent, you monitor your child’s development very closely. So when you start to notice unusual behavior, you may worry that he or she has autism. Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects as many as one in 59 kids. It includes high, moderate, and severe levels of need. Children with severe autism require the most support, but even if your child has severe autism, you can access beneficial ...Read More



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