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Chris Leggat via Unsplash I’m writing in support of Phaedra Dunn and Melanie Deysher for our Board of Education. I’ve been involved in schools since 2010. This history, along with my experiences as a Montclair parent, has let me see some of the best and some of the worst that this town has to offer. […]

February 28, 2022

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Tags: Autistic, children, communication, Early, Language, Loss, Problems, Spectrum, tied

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Categories: autism

Little lag: Autistic children with language regression begin speaking in phrases at about the same age as those without regression. Pixel Effect / iStock Autistic children who show language regression — a loss of language skills in early childhood — do not necessarily have communication problems later on, a new study finds. In fact, in […]

February 21, 2022

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Tags: communication, education, improve, local, Robots, Students, Watch

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Categories: Special needs education

MICHIGAN CITY — Milo can dance, play, talk, walk and blink like most kids in Michigan City Area Schools. But he has one difference: He is a robot. Milo helps students who have autism and communication challenges, as well as special needs of pre-K students in the district. A similar robot, Carver, is also in […]

January 5, 2022

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Tags: Autistim, communication, creativity, Justice, Platform, Poetic, support

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Categories: autism

Note: We introduced the readers to Lina Hjalmarsson Lyons’ new publication platform for the autism community: PoeticJustice.press. Not the mothers and fathers and caregivers, but the boys and girls, men and women with autism who prefer to be called autistic or autistic or just by name. Spelling has been a new path to success for […]

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) – Should cameras be installed in classrooms with special needs? Some Madison City Schools parents think this way and make sure it is clear at a Madison City School board meeting. The topic was not on the agenda at the meeting, but parents say it is time to speak up. “Texas, West […]

October 18, 2021

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Tags: Autistic, backlash, communication, Community, exposes, gaps, pauses, research, Spectrum

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Categories: autism

Opening up: The outcry on social media has led some researchers to improve their communication with the autistic community. Klaus Vedfelt / Getty Images For Spectrum 10K, the time from start to limbo was less than three weeks: An online outcry from autistic advocates forced the researchers behind the effort – the largest autism genetics […]

Data collection A data set was formed through structured classroom observations in 20 full-day sessions over 5 months in 2019 at a special school with criteria of ASC for admission in East London. Participants included three teachers (one male, two females), their teaching assistants (all females), and seven children (four males, three females) aged from […]