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Run for Autism

Next to family members, few people have greater influence on children than teachers. Going to school is a huge transition for young people with an ASD. Your challenge as a teacher is to assimilate your student with autism smoothly into the classroom while balancing the educational needs of many and fostering a supportive environment. No doubt, your studies in education and position as an educator prepared you well for the challenge of teaching. But are you prepared to teach a child with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in your classroom?

Understanding Autism

Find out more about autism and its characteristics.

6 Steps to Success for Autism

A guide to help prepare for the entrance of a child with Autism.

6 Steps to success for Asperger Syndrome

A guide to help prepare for the entrance of a child with Asperger Syndrome.

Individualized Education Programs

Learn more about Individualized Education Programs and how to implement them.

Worksheets

Print useful forms and worksheets to aid in everyday activity.