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Article - Dual Credit Programs – Ontario Secondary School and College or Apprenticeship

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

What are dual credit programs? Dual credit programs are ministry-approved programs that allow students, while they are still in secondary school, to take college or apprenticeship courses that count towards both the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) and a postsecondary certificate, diploma, degree or a Certificate of Apprenticeship.

 
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Article - Effective Educational Practices for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

This resource guide is designed to support educators in elementary and secondary schools in Ontario in planning and implementing effective educational programs for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). It contains information, strategies, and practices that can be put to use in the school and the classroom. It also includes a collection of sample materials reflecting current practices in [... more]

 
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Article - Evidence-Based Practice: Melding Art with Science

by: Diane Twachtman-Cullen, Ph.D., CCC-SLP

Source: Asperger Syndrome and High Functioning Autism Association

What you will find in this article is an objectively-rendered overview of what EBP is and what it is not. If you don't already know it, you will also learn that the term evidence-based practice is complex, multi-faceted, and really more reflective of a dynamic process than a unidimensional practice. And, lest you are wondering in this age of information overload if you really need this information [... more]

 
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Article - Example of an IEP for a Student in an Ontario Secondary School

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

An example of an IEP for a student in an Ontario Secondary School setting.

 
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Article - Executive Functions: Skills to Promote Success in School and Beyond

by: Renee Soufer, M.A., M.Ed. Shuli Sandler, Psy.D.

Source: Asperger Center for Education and Training

Many children diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome (AS) and High Functioning Autism (HFA) struggle with impairments in executive functioning (EF). Executive functions are defined as "an umbrella construct defined as the control, supervisory, or self-regulatory functions that organize and direct all cognitive activity, emotional response, and overt behavior" (Isquith, Crawford, Epsy, & Gioia, 2005). Th [... more]

 
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Article - Exploring Feeding Behavior in Autism – A Parent’s Guide

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Source: Autism Speaks Autism Treatment Network

Feeding issues are common in children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Feeding can be very stressful for the child and for the family. Helping your child overcome feeding issues can be a long, slow journey, but it is well worth the reward of better health and food flexibility. Feeding can present a significant challenge for children with ASD. Language delays (for example) can limit a childUs [... more]

 
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Article - Females with Asperger’s Syndrome (Non-Official) Checklist

by: Samantha Craft

Source: Everyday Asperger's...Samantha Craft

This is a non-official checklist created by an adult female with Asperger's Syndrome who has a son with Asperger's Syndrome. Samantha Craft holds a Masters Degree in Education. Samantha Craft does not hold a doctorate in Psychiatry or Psychology. She has a life-credential as a result of being a female with Asperger's Syndrome and being a parent of a child with Asperger's Syndrome. She has created [... more]

 
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Article - Full Day Kindergarten – A Question and Answer Guide for Parents

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

FULL-DAY KINDERGARTEN: A QUESTION AND ANSWER GUIDE FOR PARENTS Beginning full-day kindergarten is an exciting new step for your child and for you. This guide will provide you with some details about full-day kindergarten and answer some questions you may have about how it works and how it will help your child.

 
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Article - Giftedness and Asperger’s Syndrome: A New Agenda for Education

by: Shelagh A. Gallagher and James J. Gallagher

Source: Understanding Our Gifted, 14(2), Winter 2002. Open Space Communications

The principal looked around the table in bewilderment, the file of 9-year-old Jason open in front of her. The math teacher has proclaimed this child a genius: he understands ideas that others won't get for years. No wonder he has trouble talking to the other kids...he's just way beyond them. The English teacher thinks it's something different-Jason seems bright in math, but in English he's nowhere [... more]

 
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Article - Graduating Secondary School – Fact Sheet

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

What do you need to graduate from High School in Ontario? This fact sheet will set it out for you!

 
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Article - Grandparent Power! How Extended Family Can Enhance the Lives of Kids on the Autism Spectrum

by: Dan Coulter

Source: Asperger Syndrome and High Functioning Autism Association

The word "family" can evoke powerful memories and emotions. Thinking of family recalls the Robert Frost line, "Home is the place where, when you have to go there, they have to take you in". When grandparents are involved, the line could often be changed to, "...they can't wait to take you in".

 
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Article - Growing up in an Asperger Family

by: Maxine Aston

Source: Aspires

Sarah was seventeen when she first came to see me; she had been in therapy before and had a history of eating disorders, self-harm and anxiety. Sarah was not the first member of her family who had found their way into my counselling room as I had been seeing Sarah's parents for almost six months. Sarah's mother had initiated counselling for herself and her husband, as she suspected that her husban [... more]

 
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Article - Home Schooling and Partial School Attendance PPM 131

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

This memorandum provides direction to school boards and schools concerning policies related to home schooling and the excusing of children from school who are receiving home schooling.

 
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Article - How do I explain my decision to use science-based treatments for autism when friends and relatives often insist I try something new?

by: David Celiberti, Ph.D., BCBA-D and Pamela F. Colosimo, Ph.D.

Source: Asperger Syndrome and High Functioning Autism Association

When friends or acquaintances hear about our experiences with autism, quite often the first thing they ask is, "What is your opinion of vaccines?" Then, in many cases, that person asks if we have heard of or read anything about Jenny McCarthy and how she cured her son's autism. The vaccine debate is an issue that lingers on, despite numerous scientific studies that find no evidence to support a li [... more]

 
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Article - Individual Education Plans – Standards

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

This document describes new, province-wide standards that school boards must meet when developing, implementing, and monitoring Individual Education Plans (IEPs) for exceptional students, in accordance with Regulation 181/98 of the Education Act, and for students not identified as exceptional who are receiving a special education program and services. Each section of this document identifies for s [... more]

 
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Article - Is autism just another identity?

by: Sandy Starr

Source: Spiked

Is autism a disorder? Is autism an identity? If you had asked me these questions a few years ago, before I became involved with the Autism Ethics Group at King's College London, then my answer would have been a clear "yes" and "no" respectively. Clearly, autism is most usefully understood as a disorder. And clearly, it is not useful to understand autism as an identity. If you were to ask me the sa [... more]

 
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Article - Learning to Love with Asperger Syndrome

by: Julia McKinnell

Source: Maclean's Magazine

For the logically minded Asperger guy, few things are more difficult than living with a woman who needs daily displays of affection. The Aspie man, on returning home from work, might prefer to seclude himself in his den where he can indulge his hobby of tinkering with train sets only to discover his wife angrily banging pots in the kitchen, upset that he hasn't said, "Hello, I'm home". As one man [... more]

 
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Article - Making a Difference for Students with ASD – From Evidence to Action

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

In June of 2006, the government of Ontario announced its intention to create a Ministers' Autism Spectrum Disorders Reference Group, which would provide advice to the Minister of Education and the Minister of Children and Youth Services on effective, evidence-based educational practices to meet the wide range of needs of students with Autism Spectrum Disorders. The Reference Group reviewed and [... more]

 
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Article - Making Inclusion Work for Students with Asperger Syndrome

by: Lynda Geller, Ph.D.,

Source: Asperger Center for Education and Training

What every family with a member with Asperger Syndrome needs to consider is how are the following issues being addressed. '1. The development of basic social skills and social relationship abilities. '2. Organizational problems within the context of good academic skills. '3. Immature or inappropriate emotional expression. '4. Isolation, anxiety, and depression. '5. Wide variations in developme [... more]

 
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Article - Marriage with Asperger’s Syndrome: 14 Practical Strategies

by: Eva Mendes

Source: Eva Mendes Website

Many people are aware that a large percentage of American marriages end in divorce. Marriages (or other intimate relationships) come in all shapes and sizes: They are often disappointing or imperfect, and challenge the patience, understanding, coping and communication skills of both partners. Neuro- diverse couples in which one or both partners have a neurological condition such as an Autism Spect [... more]

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