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Autism Jargon: DRO

Like Autism Live on Facebook at http://facebook.com/autismlive Today’s Jargon is DRO. DRO stands for Differential Reinforcement of Other Behavior(s). DRO can be a very effective intervention, especially when the behavior you are seeking to change is currently being rewarded by something that is not in your control to change. Sign …

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Marvelous Max – Autism Awareness for Kids

Marvelous Max is a 3 minute animated video for Primary School kids. The aim of the video is to create more awareness of autism spectrum disorder. ​ The Marvelous Max program is a free resource for all schools across Australia. Once your school registers, you will then gain access to …

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CASTING LIGHT on mental health in autism

Leading autism research charity Autistica is focusing on the co-occurring mental health difficulties which affect 70% of those on the autism spectrum. For more information about this research and to donate visit https://www.autistica.org.uk/research/mental-health/ #castinglight Voiceover by Timothy Bentinck. source

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Week 2: Communication (Autism MOOC)

This video is about the philosophical and practical components of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), from communicating about autism to the use of communication tools. — Created by — Mick Grimley (Faculty of Health Arts and Design) Emma L. Donaldson (Faculty of Health Arts and Design) — Download this video and …

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Autistic teen talks about when he was non-verbal.

Jacob is 14, and he has autism. Jacob was non-verbal until age 5. Between the age of 5 and 6 he started developing a few words. Here he is now at 14 communicating with me (mom) about his feelings on autism and recollecting some events from when he was non-verbal. …

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Treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorder

3 years old boy with Autism Spectrum Disorder started saying few words after Stem Cell Transplant. 1. Sitting tolerance improved a lot. Could sit for almost 55 minutes of Special Education and Art therapy session. 2. Command following improved. 3. Attention to detail and concentration improved. 4. Visuo perceptual ability …

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Living on the Autism Spectrum

Dr. Hugh Ross is an Astronomer & Best-Selling author today he talks about living on the austism spectrum. Books: “Navigating Genesis”, “A Matter of Days” To Get Your Copy and for more Information on Dr. Hugh Ross: http://www.reasons.org source

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Week 1: Wrap up (Autism MOOC)

This is the first week’s wrap-up for the Autism MOOC presented by Mick Grimley and Emma L. Donaldson. … — Download this video and transcript — https://commons.swinburne.edu.au/items/6cd81dc3-fb93-4678-b56d-18c60743e02f/1/ — View the Autism MOOC playlist: — — Permissions — Copyright owned by Swinburne University of Technology. This video and transcript are licensed …

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