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Article - Autism Speaks – Family Support Tool Kits – A Parent’s Guide To Autism

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Source: Autism Speaks

This tool kit is specially designed for parents of children who have been diagnosed with Autism. This Tool Kit will help you: '- Learn about autism and how it may impact your family. '- Find strategies and resources for raising a child with autism. '- Find support so you don't feel alone or isolated. '- Reduce the negative impact of the diagnosis on your family. '- Promote a positive future [... more]

 
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Article - Autism Speaks – Family Support Tool Kits – A Sibling’s Guide to Autism

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Source: Autism Speaks

A Sibling's Guide to Autism was created for siblings who have a brother or sister diagnosed with autism. We (Autism Speaks) know that some parents of children with autism can be under tremendous stress and it may seem like there is never enough time to do everything that needs to be done. We (Autism Speaks) hope this guide will be helpful in opening a dialogue with your other children as they are [... more]

 
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Article - Autism Speaks – First Concern To Action Tool Kit

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Source: Autism Speaks

If you have a concern about how your child is communicating, interacting, or behaving, you are probably wondering what to do next. The information provided in this tool kit can help you sort that out. The First Concern to Action Tool Kit was developed to provide families of children under the age of five with: '- An overview of early childhood development; '- Guidance on what to do if you have a c [... more]

 
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Article - Autism Speaks – School Community Tool Kit

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Source: Autism Speaks

The purpose of this kit is to provide helpful information about your students with autism and tools and strategies to achieve positive interactions and increase learning for all members of the school community. It will provide valuable information for general education and administrative school staff, aides, office staff, bus drivers, nurses, custodians, classmates & family members who interact wi [... more]

 
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Article - Autism Speaks – Tips for Successful Haircuts – Haircutting Training Guide

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Source: Autism Speaks

Haircutting Training Guide For Stylists What is autism? What can you do? For Parents & Caregivers Visual Schedule Home Care & Grooming

 
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Article - Autism Speaks – Transition Tool Kit

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Source: Autism Speaks

We hope that this kit will serve as a guide that can provide you with options to think about and explore as you and your adolescent with autism begin to plan for adulthood. The guiding principle that we used in developing this kit is that all individuals with autism, regardless of the level of support needed, should be able to live lives filled with purpose, dignity, choices, and happiness. With t [... more]

 
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Article - Autism: Should My Child Take Medicine for Challenging Behavior?

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Source: Autism Speaks Autism Treatment Network

A decision aid can help you work with your child's health care provider when making important medical decisions. There is not always one right choice. The decision aid can help you understand the possible risks and benefits of different treatments. It will help you decide what is most important to you and your family and help you choose an option. The goal for a decision aid is to help you work wi [... more]

 
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Article - Bridging Parallel Play in Asperger Marriage: Partnering in Exciting and Novel Activities of Play

by: Eva Mendes

Source: Eva Mendes Website

ABSTRACT This thesis explores the particular etiology and symptomatology of crises in marriages where one partner has Asperger Syndrome (AS) and the other has a typical neurology from a solution-oriented, behavioral marriage-counseling perspective. A brief collection of AS traits that can challenge marriage with a neurotypical (NT) partner is presented. A literature review is undertaken on the top [... more]

 
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Article - Bullying – We Can All Help Stop It – A Guide For Parents of Elementary and Secondary School Students

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

Bullying is aggressive behaviour that is typically repeated over time. It is meant to cause harm, fear or distress or create a negative environment at school for another person. BuIlying occurs in a situation where there is a real or perceived power imbalance. The effects of bullying go beyond the school yard. As a parent or guardian, here's what to watch for, what you can do, and where you [... more]

 
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Article - Child Care in Ontario

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

In Ontario, a licence to operate a child care program is required if care is provided for more than five children under the age of 10. The ministry licenses child care centres and private-home day care agencies. Agencies contract with individual home-based child care providers who offer child care out of their own home. The agencies screen, approve and monitor the home-based child care providers. [... more]

 
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Article - Cognitive Behavior Drama An Innovative Intervention Model for Children and Adolescents on the High End of the Autism Spectrum

by: Haris Karnezi, Ph.D.

Source: Asperger Center for Education and Training

Cognitive Behavior Drama (CBD) is a research-based intervention model that was originally developed, implemented and evaluated at Trinity College Dublin in Ireland. It is specifically designed to meet the needs of children on the high end of the autism spectrum, uniquely combining concepts and techniques from cognitive and behavior therapies with the art form of drama. The CBD model seeks to empow [... more]

 
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Article - Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy For Adult Asperger Syndrome

by: Valerie Gaus, Ph.D.

Source: Asperger Syndrome and High Functioning Autism Association

With the recent growth in awareness of autism spectrum disorders, there are increasing numbers of adults with Asperger syndrome (AS) and High-Functioning Autism (HFA) seeking diagnosis and help for their problems in daily living. Psychotherapists who work to meet the needs of this expanding patient population may find guidance in the literature on cognitive-behavior therapy. As outlined in this ar [... more]

 
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Article - College Coaching for Students with Asperger Syndrome

by: Lynda Geller, Ph.D.

Source: Asperger Center for Education and Training

Most college disability officers tell us that there has been a recent and significant increase in students on the autism spectrum attending college. This increase stems from a number of factors including the early recognition of these conditions and appropriate intervention during the developmental years, the recognition of these conditions by school and college staff, and the self advocacy moveme [... more]

 
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Article - Connections – A Guide to Transition Planning

by: Rae Roebuck and Judy Coultes-MacLeod

Source: Toronto and York Regions

"Connections: A Guide to Transition Planning" has been developed to help you, the parents of a child with a developmental disability in Toronto and York Regions, as your child makes the transition from school life to adulthood. This guide has been written to provide you with information on transition planning and to identify some of the issues you need to think about. It will also provide you with [... more]

 
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Article - Cooperative Education Pamphlet

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

Cooperative Education Through the Student Success initiative, Ontario secondary schools are offering expanded programs to help meet students' individual learning styles and interests. These programs allow students to customize their high school experience through a variety of new and enhanced learning options. These options include Dual Credits, Specialist High Skills Majors and Cooperative Educat [... more]

 
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Article - Coping With a Partner’s Asperger’s Syndrome

by: Regina Boyle Wheeler

Source: Everyday Health

It takes a lot of work to make a marriage or other long-term relationship a success. And when one partner has Asperger's syndrome, the relationship can be even more of a challenge. Given that Asperger's makes emotional connections and social communication extremely difficult, it's no wonder that a partnership between a person with Asperger's syndrome and someone without it can be filled with stres [... more]

 
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Article - Couplehood and Asperger Syndrome Improving Important Relationships

by: Lynda Geller, Ph.D.

Source: Asperger Center for Education and Training

As the concept of Asperger Syndrome becomes more visible in our society, more and more undiagnosed adults and their loved ones are seeing popularized views of the condition reflected in television and movie characters and in writings about adulthood proliferating on the internet. What is the relevancy of thinking about such a diagnosis as an adult? An issue that is just beginning to gain attention [... more]

 
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Article - Creating Safe and Accepting Schools – Bill 13

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

What is Bill 13? Bill 13 requires school boards to prevent and address inappropriate and disrespectful behaviour among students in our schools. These behaviours include bullying, discrimination and harassment. The new law makes it clear that these behaviours are unacceptable in our schools. It promotes respect and understanding for all students regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, disab [... more]

 
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Article - Debunking 6 Myths About Asperger Syndrome

by: Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S.

Source: Psych Central

Expands upon these thoughts: 'Myth: Children with AS will grow out of it eventually. 'Myth: Adults with AS don't get married. 'Myth: Adults with AS have social phobia. 'Myth: Adults with AS are aloof and uninterested in others. 'Myth: They don't make any eye contact. 'Myth: They lack empathy.

 
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Article - Demystifying Aggression: Developing Effective Interventions

by: Lynda Geller, Ph.D.,

Source: Asperger Center for Education and Training

Aggression is likely the most problematic of all issues that may accompany autism spectrum conditions in terms of separating individuals from the mainstream and significantly affecting many aspects of quality of life. For children and adults alike problems with aggression can sabotage life direction in significant ways. Social distancing is an obvious consequence as others avoid involvement with a [... more]

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