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Parent Rights and IEP Placement Options You Need to Know

Parent Rights and IEP Placement Options You Need to Know http://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/iep-placement-you-need-to-know/

Knowing and understanding your procedural safeguards (parental rights) is very important when seeking the appropriate special education services for your child. Since the majority of students with disabilities receive special education services in the general education setting, being aware of laws and regulations with inclusion will point you in the right direction. Federal law does […]

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Inspired Dad Transforms the Way Special Needs Children Develop and Learn

Inspired Dad Transforms the Way Special Needs Children Develop and Learn http://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/dad-transforms-autism-develop-and-learn

Autism Warrior: Rupert Isaacson is founder and co-director of the Horse Boy Foundation which consists of two main programs: The Horse Boy Method, an equine therapy that addresses the nervous system and builds neuroplasticity for autism, attention deficit disorder (ADD) and other related conditions Movement Method, a kinetic learning program applicable for both home and classroom. […]

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Best Ways to Explain Your ASD Child’s Needs to Teachers

Best Ways to Explain Your ASD Child's Needs to Teachers http://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/explain-asd-childs-needs-to-teachers

When it comes to autism, there can be many misconceptions and misunderstandings in the classroom environment. Sometimes, parents of children with autism in mainstream settings are blamed for their child’s unusual behaviors; teachers may not accept that behaviors they are seeing are typical of autism. This is probably because autism isn’t always apparent when a […]

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New System to Help Children with Autism Learn Better in a Classroom Setting

New System to Help Children with Autism Learn Better in a Classroom Setting http://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/new-system-classroom-setting-for-autism

It’s common for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) to experience sensory overload or adverse reactions to sensory input more often than their neurotypical classmates. Some children with ASD find processing stimuli, such as sights and sounds, difficult and exhibit hypersensitivity to being touched. Sensory overload can occur in the classroom when multiple stimuli occur simultaneously, […]

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