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Article - Medication – Safe and Careful Use

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Source: Autism Speaks

More than half of children with autism take medicine at some point during their childhood. Deciding to use medicine to treat children with autism is a difficult decision for most families. The Autism and Medication: Safe and Careful Use tool kit was created to help families work with their healthcare providers to make sure that when medicine is chosen as a form of treatment, it is taken safely and [... more]

 
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Article - Medicine Decision Aid

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Source: Autism Speaks

This decision aid is for you if '- You are a parent or caregiver of a child with autism who also has challenging behavior '- You want more information about medicines that are used for behavior '- You want to be part of the decision about treatments for your child Some families might use this decision aid to help them after a professional has suggeste [... more]

 
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Article - One-on-One Playdates

by: Marsha Parrish

Source: Asperger Syndrome and High Functioning Autism Association

I am the mother of a 9-year-old boy with Asperger's Syndrome. I have very simple goals in life for my son-for him to be happy, have friends, and a job he enjoys. I believe that these goals can only be attained by his having adequate social skills. In the 1990's a social skills study was conducted at UCLA by Dr. Fred Frankel. The most important finding was that one-on-one play dates are the best w [... more]

 
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Article - Ontario Families and Financial Pressure – Helping to Provide Financial Stability to Families of Children with Special Needs – the HSA Account

by: Rick Machtinger BBA, MBA,CFPMBA,CFP

Source: Autism Beacon

Families often rely on the Medical Tax Credit to provide relief for some of the associated costs for children with special needs; however, with a maximum eligible tax credit of less than 20 percent of the total expenses incurred (once a threshold is exceeded), relief provided by the Medical Tax Credit in Ontario is insufficient. Given the considerable health costs these families may incur, [... more]

 
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Article - Parents Matter – Parent Engagement in their Childs’s Education

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

How parent engagement is building student success: When parents are involved in their children's education, everyone benefits: students, parents, teachers, schools and communities. Great schools can become even better places to teach and learn, and student achievement often improves.

 
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Article - Planning Entry to School, A Resource Guide, Ministry of Education, Ontario, 2005

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

Entry to school represents a major threshold in a child's life. It marks an important transition into the formal education system at a critical age in early child development. Whether the child has remained at home until starting school or has participated in preschool programs, planning for entry to school can support his or her long-term success. It can have a positive influence on a childUs lif [... more]

 
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Article - Policy/Program Memorandum No. 140. Incorporating Methods of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) into programs for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

The purpose of this memorandum is to provide direction to school boards to support their use of applied behaviour analysis (ABA) as an effective instructional approach in the education of many students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).

 
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Article - Postsecondary Educational Opportunities Guide

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Source: Autism Speaks

This guide is designed to help you and your family explore the different opportunities and learning environments after leaving high school. With only about one third of youth with autism attending college in young adulthood, Autism Speaks wants to offer the best possible resources on this topic to help you explore all of the various options available to you. Throughout this guide, you will find in [... more]

 
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Article - Questions and Answers About Special Education – Students With ASD’s

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

Questions And Answers: Students With Autism Spectrum Disorders Ministry of Education - Ontario 'My child is ready to start school in the publicly funded school system. What can I expect? 'What is an Individual Education Plan? Will my child have one? 'My child is transitioning from IBI to school. What should I expect? 'What is the difference between applied behaviour analysis (ABA) and intensive be [... more]

 
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Article - Questions and Answers Parents May Have Regarding Special Education

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

The following Qs and As are intended to provide general information regarding special education programs and services. They are not intended to answer specific questions or to serve as legal advice regarding any particular issue. If parents want additional details or wish to discuss issues related to their child(ren), they should contact their local school/board for further information.

 
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Article - Sample Transition Plans for Students With Special Needs

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

These sample transition plans are based on entirely fictitious cases that have been developed for illustrative purposes. The first three samples illustrate plans for students who have low to moderate needs, and are completed using a simple, standard form. The fourth sample illustrates an approach that might be taken in developing a comprehensive transition plan for a student with multiple and comp [... more]

 
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Article - School Administration, Principals, Interdisciplinary Team Members

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Source: Autism Speaks

An inclusive-minded informed administration sets the stage for a a successful inclusive school. It is essential that school administrators and principals have a positive attitude about their students with special needs as their attitudes establish expectations and the tone for the entire school staff and students. Knowing the benefits of inclusion to the students with exceptional needs as well as [... more]

 
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Article - Setting up your own Youth Kit

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Source: McMaster University

The Youth KIT is a tool that assists youth give, get and organize their own information as they transition to adulthood. Alongside the Youth KIT, there are two videos available to help you and your mentor use the Youth KIT. New users are recommended to visit the 'Videos' page first: http://www.canchild.ca/en/canchildresources/youth_kit_videos.asp Setting up your own Youth KIT is very easy. Just fo [... more]

 
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Article - Shared Solutions: A Guide to Preventing and Solving Conflicts Regarding Programs and Services for Students With Special Education Needs

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

This resource guide is intended to help parents, educators, and students with special education needs work together to prevent conflicts, resolve them quickly, and allow students to develop their full potential and succeed in school. The approaches outlined build on techniques and strategies for conflict prevention and resolution that are already in place in many [... more]

 
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Article - Should You Explain the Diagnosis to the Child?

by: Tony Attwood, Ph.D.

Source: Asperger Syndrome and High Functioning Autism Association

The immediate answer is yes. Clinical experience indicates that it is extremely important that the diagnosis is explained as soon as possible and preferably before inappropriate compensatory mechanisms are developed. The child is then more likely to achieve self-acceptance, without unfair comparisons with other children, and be less likely to develop signs of an anxiety disorder, depression or con [... more]

 
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Article - Smart Isn’t Everything: The Importance of Neuropsychological Evaluation for Students and Individuals on the Autism Spectrum

by: Ilene Solomon, Ph.D.

Source: Asperger Center for Education and Training

What Is a Neuropsychological Evaluation? Neuropsychology is the evidence-based study of brain-behavior relationships. A neuropsychological evaluation is a systematic assessment of these relationships. Neuropsychology is a specialty within the broader field of clinical psychology. It is conducted by a neuropsychologist, a psychologist who has gone on to have extensive specialized training in neurop [... more]

 
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Article - Social Matters – Improving social skills interventions for Ontarians with Autism Spectrum Disorder

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Source: Autism Ontario

To promote the thoughtful selection of social skills models and teaching strategies that reflect what we do know about best practices, it is our hope that parents and professionals will use this document as a source of information and to promote discussion and new action to enhance social skills programming to better support individuals on the autism spectrum.

 
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Article - Social Skills Groups: What Does the Research Tell Us?

by: Lynda Geller, Ph.D.

Source: Asperger Center for Education and Training

Social skills deficits are considered to be one of the critical diagnostic impairments that define autism and Asperger Syndrome, so it perhaps not surprising that both school personnel and clinicians in the community frequently recommend that a child or adolescent on the autism spectrum should be enrolled in social skills groups. The intention of such groups is to improve the development of these [... more]

 
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Article - Special Education Monographs No. 4: Students With Autism Special Education and Provincial Schools Branch, April 1990

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

As more students with autism attend their local schools, more educators require information about this disability. This monograph is intended to provide an introductory understanding of autism. While it is not a comprehensive guide to planning for the student with autism, it does provide an overview of the disorder and a bibliography of additional sources of information. Further information or tra [... more]

 
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Article - Specialist High Skills Major – Ontario Secondary School

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Source: Ministry of Education - Ontario

What is a Specialist High Skills Major (SHSM)? An SHSM is a ministry-approved specialized program that allows students to focus their learning on a specific economic sector while meeting the requirements to graduate from secondary school. It also assists in their transition after graduation to apprenticeship training, college, university or the workplace.

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