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Using a 5-Point Scale to Evaluate Problems

Using a 5-Point Scale to Evaluate Problems

Posted by Kari Dunn Buron on Feb 20th 2019

Emotion regulation (ER) can be simply defined as the modification of a person’s emotional state. This regulation of emotion should lead to positive, goal directed behavior. Some researchers believe … read more

The Power of Improv for Teens with Autism

Posted by Carol Moog, PhD on Feb 13th 2019

“Just be yourself!” Try telling that to a teen with autism! Much of the time when they’re just “being themselves” it’s considered wrong. They’ve been told that the way they pass papers in class, answe … read more
Using Visual Strategies to Enhance Communication and Promote Literacy

Using Visual Strategies to Enhance Communication and Promote Literacy

Posted by Joan Green of Greenhouse Publications 2019 on Jan 30th 2019

Using Visual Strategies to Enhance Communication and Promote LiteracyWhat are visual strategies?Visual strategies are simply ways to provide information visually. Common examples in everyday life incl … read more
Are We Being Fair?

Are We Being Fair?

Posted by Bonnie Arwine, award winning author, and President of National Autism Resources on Jan 23rd 2019

The other day a friend of mine shared a story about her child. He is nonverbal and in a new early intervention program. He is learning the school routine and starting to have success sitting during ci … read more