What Do Repetitive Autistic Behaviors Look Like?

What Do Repetitive Autistic Behaviors Look Like?

Connecting Autistic Behavior to Brain Function

Connecting Autistic Behavior to Brain Function

Is There Such a Thing as "Autistic Behavior?" What Is It?

Is There Such a Thing as "Autistic Behavior?" What Is It?

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Low-Cost Autism Therapy Shows Promise - "Environment enrichment" provided by parents during two min. sessions daily showed to benefit social and cognitive skills in kids with autism.

When you review evidence-based practices for individuals with ASD, the category of interventions that has the largest evidence base is applied behavior analysis (ABA).  This is because ABA strategies are very effective and also because it’s a science built on data and research. ABA has grown in popularity, especially in the field of autism, in …

Applied Behavior Analysis: What It Is. What It's Not

Need a behavior contract for your primary student or two?  Check out this giveaway!  Lots more pics to see too.

Need a behavior contract for your primary student or two? Check out this giveaway! Lots more pics to see too. Pinning for behavior such as rewards for autistic children

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Power Cards are often used with Autistic children, but they can be helpful for all children. Power Cards are highly visual and they contain short blurbs or lists of information that will help a child in various situations that he may come across.

Scientists Just Made a Major Breakthrough in Understanding Autism | For the first time, researchers have connected autistic behavior to GABA, an important chemical in the brain.

For the first time, researchers have connected autistic behavior to an important chemical in the brain.

All Autistic Behavior is Not Communication | Psychology Today

All Autistic Behavior is Not Communication | Psychology Today

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"Think Sheet" for behavior interventions, good for primary grades. Great visual representations of choices and consequences.

Autism makes verbal and non-verbal communication difficult, as well as social interaction. However, many onlookers see autistic behavior as a “difficult” child. Here’s a glimpse into what the world looks like though the eyes of someone affected by Autism. | This Video Gives A Glimpse Of What Life With Autism Is Like

Autism makes verbal and nonverbal communication difficult, as well as social interaction. However, many onlookers see autistic behavior as a "difficult" child. Here's a glimpse into what the world looks like though the eyes of someone affected by autism.

Autism makes verbal and nonverbal communication difficult, as well as social interaction. However, many onlookers see autistic behavior as a “difficult” child. Here’s a glimpse into what the world looks like though the eyes of someone affected by autism.

In Uniquely Human, Dr. Prizant suggests a major shift in understanding autism: Instead of classifying “autistic” behaviors as signs of pathology, he sees them as part of a range of strategies to cope with a world that feels chaotic and overwhelming. Rather than curb these behaviors, it’s better to enhance abilities, build on strengths, and offer supports that will naturally lead to more desirable behavior and a better quality of life.

In Uniquely Human, Dr. Prizant suggests a major shift in understanding autism: Instead of classifying “autistic” behaviors as signs of pathology, he sees them as part of a range of strategies to cope with a world that feels chaotic and overwhelming. Rather than curb these behaviors, it’s better to enhance abilities, build on strengths, and offer supports that will naturally lead to more desirable behavior and a better quality of life.

The best Autism behavior visuals to make your Autism Classroom run smoothly!

AUTISM - Great visuals for students with autism especially the Carry Along Schedule which features visuals of the students day velcroed to one side and a blank Velcro strip on the other side.

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