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Meet Tyler H. … missouri louis not only does live campus dorm suite with two other students hes thriving all his classes thanks the extra support receives member the succeed program postsecondary program for students with intellectual and developmental … center tylers parents credit their sons amazing strides into adulthood crucial early intervention services caring and supportive group family members and kindhearted friends who always stood his side and his strong will make the most his life tyler …
Meet Chase T.… and information about autism was difficult but helen and alan made their job advocate for their son and get him the support needed they quickly enrolled chase his preschools autismcentric special education program where would receive … have the opportunity participate enjoyable activities like therapeutic horseback riding gymnastics and art class with team supporters like his family teachers and behavioral therapists chase has come long way since being diagnosed toddler even … autism what areas has your autism helped you excel have faced struggles like talking other people conversations being part group and focusing work autism helped excel making very imaginative and creative why important people the spectrum advocate …
Thriving at Home during the Pandemic: Authentic Tips for Resilience… tips work complete tasks blocks time rather than longer sustained arcs chunk tasks like cleaning responding emails into groups avoid exhaustion this will leave longer blocks time for recovery from tasks demands adapt your interests life home … your downtime sensory being home can actually plus when comes sensory needs you can build access your preferred sensory supports the current situation may disrupt your meal preparation and personal hygiene routines tips frequent handwashing may … locally and globally help grow autistic leadership train others selfadvocacy principles and teach theatrebased techniques support people with autism founded the autism theatre network and the author several papers autistic resilience selfadvocacy …
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