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You can get an idea of what you are likely to need by looking at jobs advertised locally or by checking your LEA's vacancies online. Motivating individuals who have autism spectrum disorder is an essential but often difficult challenge. After all, taking turns with the mixer (and sharing the beaters) is the first step toward learning cooperation. For example, it is estimated that 75% of students with LD exhibit some difficulties with social skills ( Elksnin & Elksnin, 2000; Fussell et al., 2005 ) and almost one third may require additional social skills training beyond high school ( Elksnin & Elksnin, 2000 ).

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