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AADigest: September – October 2013

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AADigest: September – October 2013

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The Way I See It – Teens with ASD Must Learn Both Social and Work Skills to Keep Jobs Temple Grandin, PhD

Perspective – Why Johnny Can’t Be Good Ellen Notbohm, BS

Transition to Adulthood – Opportunities for Community Involvement James Ball, EdD, BCBA-D

Social Success – Social Boundaries Katie Brady, LCSW

Positive Behavior Strategies – What Does Attention Seeking Really Mean? Jed Baker, PhD

Teacher to Teacher – Teacher and Ambassador Oliver, MEd

The Early Years – Family Gatherings Jamie Pacton, MA

Sensory Solutions – Sensory Success in the Classroom Lucy Jane Miller, PhD, OTR and Britt Collins, MS, OTR

Autism Around the World – Japan Tomoko R. Haramaki, MA

Inspire – One Soul at a Time Gayle Nobel


Partnering with Your Child’s Pediatrician
A partnership built with your child’s pediatrician can offer great benefits to your family. – Paul Carbone, MD, and Alan Rosenblatt, MD

Sensory-Friendly Learning at Home
Make homeschooling (or homework time) more sensory-friendly and enjoyable for your child!- Cara Koscinski, MOT, OTR/L

Developing Positive Character Strengths, Part II
Positive character strengths relevant to individuals with ASD are humor, kindness, gratitude, and grit. – Jemma Grindstaff, PhD

Communicating about Communication
How does communication work when one partner has AS? – Ben and Bobbi Sheahan

Expressive Arts: Learning, Growing, and Expressing
The expressive arts are not merely enrichment; they provide opportunities to develop many life skills. – Joanne Lara, MA, and Keri Bowers

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