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Rethink Autism Tip: Expand Your Child's Language with Incidental Teaching - YouTube

Rethink Autism Tip: Expand Your Child's Language with Incidental Teaching - YouTube

PRT ABA Therapy explained. Great resource!  http://www.autismspeaks.org/what-autism/treatment/pivotal-response-therapy-prt

PRT ABA Therapy explained. Great resource! http://www.autismspeaks.org/what-autism/treatment/pivotal-response-therapy-prt

Hearts and Minds: First Pivotal Response Therapy course to be run in Scotland

Hearts and Minds: First Pivotal Response Therapy course to be run in Scotland

Need materials to help students answer basic yes – no questions? Develop this early language skill by using photo flashcards which are perfect for speech therapy, special education, autism, ELL, and Preschool. Click to see the full set and to download a free guide for flashcard games and activities!

Yes No Questions (Speech Therapy, Autism, Special Education, etc.) 30 Flashcards

Need materials to help students answer basic yes – no questions? Develop this early language skill by using photo flashcards which are perfect for speech therapy, special education, autism, ELL, and Preschool. Click to see the full set and to download a free guide for flashcard games and activities!

Socially ADDept: Teaching Social Skills to Children with ADHD, LD, and Asperger's By: Janet Z. Giler

Socially ADDept: Teaching Social Skills to Children with ADHD, LD, and Asperger's By: Janet Z. Giler

Learn about the ocean while  furthering your student's language development, vocabulary, reading, and math skills. This is the perfect unit for special education classrooms that cater to autism, language based disabilities, learning disabilities, and multiply disabled students. The activities include multiple levels to save you time and help you differentiate within your programs and groupings.

Ocean: Special Ed Thematic Unit

Learn about the ocean while furthering your student's language development, vocabulary, reading, and math skills. This is the perfect unit for special education classrooms that cater to autism, language based disabilities, learning disabilities, and multiply disabled students. The activities include multiple levels to save you time and help you differentiate within your programs and groupings.

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