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Here are the top ten articles for the Autism Spectrum Disorders Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Consider the Nintendo Wii for Kids with Autism
Read the experience of one family who has achieved success with the Nintendo Wii and their 7 year old son on the autism spectrum.
2. Picture Schedule Samples
Here are examples from my collection of picture schedules utilized for my nonverbal son.
3. Classroom Modifications for the Autistic Student
A compilation of what to include in the IEP, plus resources for parents and professionals.
4. In Home Supportive Services - IHSS
In home supportive services is a benefit for families who have a disabled child or parent in the home and want to keep them there safely.
5. Toys to consider this Christmas for children on the Autism Spectrum
Here are some of the favorite items my children on the Autism Spectrum have enjoyed over the years. This is a starting point for those who have relatives who are on the Spectrum and need tips for buying holiday gifts.
6. Disabled Placards for the autistic child
Details on how to obtain a disabled placard for a child on the Autism Spectrum.
7. Example of a Functional Analysis Assessment Report
What does a Functional Analysis Assessment Report cover, who is the Case Manager? Here is a sample from LAUSD for my child on the Autism Spectrum.
8. Leap Frog Toys For The Nonverbal Autistic Child
Reviewing LeapFrog products that are utilized in the home for floortime sessions with Child Development Specialist.
9. Taking A Shower Poster
We have achieved success in taking a shower with a laminated Step-by-Step Behavior Model Cue Card.
10. Choosing Your Battles
The phrase 'choose your battles' is a mantra uttered by many parents. For parents of children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), the mantra can mean the difference between sanity and chaos.
Be sure to visit the Autism Spectrum Disorders Archives for all the articles!
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