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15 Behavior Strategies for Children on the Autism Spectrum
IBCCES provides a series of certifications that empower professionals to be leaders in their field and improve the outcomes for the individuals they serve. These programs are recognized around the world as the leading benchmark for training and certification in the areas of autism and other cognitive disorders.

How to Create a Backyard Sanctuary for Kids with Disabilities
HomeAdvisor provides homeowners the tools and resources they need to complete their home improvement, maintenance and repair projects.

For Educators: Strategies for Working With Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder
MT&T's goal is to provide teachers with multi-sensory activities that align with assessments commonly administered in schools to meet the needs of all learners within their classroom.

Helping Asperger’s Teens To Survive and Thrive: 15 Key Steps
We believe that each person has a natural capacity for healing, growth and transformation. By providing compassionate and supportive guidance, we help our clients find and use their inner resources to heal past trauma, adapt to challenging life circumstances and develop their strength and resilience to its full extent. We treat each person as a unique individual and respect their beliefs, experiences, and unique gifts.

Creating a Home Atmosphere of Solitude to Help Cope with Adult Autism
In this guide, we will discuss the modifications you can make to your home to better manage your adult autism. Whether your budget is limited or large, there is a myriad of ways to reduce sensory overload at home, and we’ll take into account the particular obstacles adults with autism may face. Often, there are changes you can make right away that will make an immediate, positive impact on your quality of life; the rest you can chip away at as needed.

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