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How To Support Children With Autism With Exams


How To Support Children With Autism With Exams Hi folks! One area that I received many requests about was how to help those with autism during exams. As a teacher, I see many pupils struggle in a variety of ways, and, whilst these suggestions may not help all pupils (we all …

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3 Ways to Experience Autistic Culture


Are you autistic, or is one of your loved ones on the spectrum? Do you feel lonely, or do you want to learn more about autism? Introducing yourself to autistic culture is a great way to educate yourself and find companionship. Method1 Experiencing the Culture 1 Realize that autistic people make …

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Using Social Scripts for Autism


Social scripts, also known as social stories, are one of the most effective and simple ways to provide support to kids with autism. A social script is a short narrative written in first person that discusses one problem situation. So, they come in especially handy for really any situation that …

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12 Things You Should Never Say To Someone With Autism


When I speak about growing up with autism to different organizations, schools and businesses, it’s often a surprise for people to hear that I’m on the autism spectrum. When I was a kid, I was considered on the severe end of the spectrum, from things such as being nonverbal until …

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Boy with autism gets DJ surprise at nightclub


A boy with autism got a special surprise from an unlikely place — a Seattle nightclub. “You know I think I’m going to learn to DJ some day and it’ll be great,” said 8-year-old Noah Johnson. Noah, who has high-functioning autism, recently drew pictures of his favorite DJs. His mom …

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