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AADigest: January – February 2014

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AADigest: January – February 2014


14 | The Way I See It – Laying the Foundation for Reading Comprehension
Temple Grandin, PhD

18 | Planning to Be Social – 6 Core Components of Social Skills  Training
Jed Baker, PhD

20 | The Power of the Arts – The Art of Power, Light, and Dani Bowman
Joanne Lara, MA, and Keri Bowers

30 | Insider: An Aspie’s Tips for Teens – You and Me: Typical Diamonds
Jennifer Cook O’Toole

32 | Applied Behavior Analysis – Misconceptions about ABA
James Ball, EdD, BCBA-D

34 | Perspective – Holding Up the Mirror of Accountability
Ellen Notbohm, BS

44 | Teacher to Teacher – Technology as Teaching Tool
Margaret Oliver, MEd

46 | Autism Around the World – Taiwan
Chin-rong Lin, MBA, and Chia-hsin Lu

48 | Inspire – My Journey to Independence
Jay Mikush



22 | Five Tips for Staying Employed
This article provides terrific tips for getting along better with supervisors and coworkers, thus increasing chances of workplace success.
Barbara Bissonnette, CEC

26 | The Positive Force of Parent Support Groups
My friends in the autism world have not only broadened my own support system but have also broadened my son’s circle of support that I hope will be there for him throughout his life.
Ann Palmer

36 | Guitar Lessons for Theo, Life Lessons for Me
While I was teaching Theo guitar, he was teaching me critical lessons that turned out to be good teaching practice for all students.
Sarah Perry, EdM, MT-BC

 40 | Teaching Paraverbal Communication Skills
Nonverbal and paraverbal (e.g., tone, pitch, voice stress, volume, rate of speech) communication skills are seldom taught. However, individuals with ASD often struggle to learn this complex language.
Pat Crissey


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