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One of the most important skills to teach any child is the ability to protect themselves. There are definitely some scary statistics about how often people with disabilities are taken advantage of or abused. I don't want to dwell on those statistics, instead I want to talk about how we can teach skills that will help people with disabilities keep themselves safe.

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Transition Time: How to minimize meltdowns

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It is no secret that individuals with autism generally prefer to have a routine. It provides a sense of comfort and control because they know what comes next. Whether it is a transition from day treatment to school or introducing a new activity, a change in routine or transition to a different activity or place can be challenging, but thank goodness there are ways to make things go more smoothly and minimize meltdowns.
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  • herman
    herman says #
    very good information, and also love of parents and teachers can help children's development.
  • Info Kesehatan
    Info Kesehatan says #
    Each case has its own problems and difficulties, as well as with children with autism. With patience and determination, we can cer
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