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The Individuality of Asperger Syndrome

Posted on November 11, 2010

On March 27, health 2007 our beautiful baby boy was born.  He was perfect in every way. Ten little toes, ten little fingers, beautiful bright blue eyes just like his older siblings. Mason was a sweet little boy, maybe a tad bit fussier then a mother or father would hope for, but overall a delight to our family. That first year of life was so fun, he nailed every expected milestone at or ahead of the doctor’s expectations. One of the first things that tipped us off that something was no

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Teaching Academics Through a Social Perspective

Posted on November 11, 2010

The impact of poor social skills on academics is often overlooked. Typically, social skills programs and curricula focus on discrete social skills which are isolated from academic learning. However, deficits in social skills, particularly perspective-taking skills, can significantly hamper academic progress. By addressing academics through a social approach, not only are you working on students’ social deficits but also improving academic development.

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New Web-based RIDE (Responding to Individual Differences in Education) Behavior Intervention Bank

Posted on September 09, 2010

The following is an excerpt from the report card created by the MTSS (formally ABC-UBI) State Team to report on the summary of the project.  For more information on MTSS or participating districts, thumb please visit us on the web at www.updc.org/abc. Participating Districts and Charters 54 Participating Sites (11 Secondary, web 43 Elementary) The MTSS Initiative welcomed a new State Implementation Team: Heidi Mathie Mucha (UPDC), abortion Devin Healey (UPDC), Jeri Rigby (UPDC), Glenn Dyk

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