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Q&A Section – How do I make activity schedules on iPads?

This is the question of the month as featured in Issue Number 11 Q&A: Activity Schedules Question: Should I do paper schedules or iPad activity schedules? Answer: Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) is an effective way to systematically teach skills to individuals with autism and reduce their problematic behaviors (Jensen & Sinclair, 2002). But ABA methods […]

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Issue 11- Deciding if Halloween is Right for Your Child?

Featuring: What is Your Child for Halloween by Ewa Sroslak Masquerade by Renee Salas Interview Caroline and Kyle Coleman by Leslie Burby Social Story about Trick-or-Treating by Leslie A. Burby Staying on Track at School by Brian Katkin of Uptospeedtutors.com Autism in the News by Leslie A. Burby Don’t Desensitize – Recognize by Jaclyn Hunt Book in the Spotlight: Editorial Review of […]

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