ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGIES FOR AUTISM

Here is a list of resources for students with Autism

1 in 88 children born in America have Autism

Being the father of a child with Autism, I have spent a lot of time researching methods to help teach my daughter skills that I have taken for granted. Below are a list of just some of the places I recommend to parents to start their educational journey.

Livestrong

Helping students with Autism Through Sensory Activities

Some children with autism spectrum disorders have delayed development in the areas of fine and gross motor skills. Their movements may be awkward, and they may be fearful of moving, especially in a group. Movement is an important skill for all children, and autistic children can learn to master the movement skills as they will need them to function independently.


Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/131666-movement-activities-autism/#ixzz2C9egRIx6

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