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Consequently, they often are cut LESS slack when they have difficulty in a social situation, because it's easier for other kids (and adults) to forget their underlying diagnosis. In addition, we will look to see how visual and structural supports throughout the day can support success. Teaching Together conducts therapy in a variety of settings, such as the child’s home, school, and other “real life” places. Children with autism and Asperger’s syndrome are especially ill equipped to deal with social situations.

Pages: 318

Publisher: Melyssa Winchester (October 31, 2014)

ISBN: 1928139108

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