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Snap Scene and Autism

Snap Scene is an instant scene-based communication and language learning app. The purpose of it is to build communication and language skills by introducing AAC in every day social interactions that are fun and motivating. In this video, we’ll look at ways to use Snap Scene with children with autism. …

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An Autism Meltdown

An 8 year old boy exerpiences an autism meltdown This video originally appeared on my other channel. I am in the process of migrating all of my Autism related content to this channel. source

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Welcome To The Autistic Community

Welcome to the Autistic community! You might have a few questions- this video should help you start answering a few of them. (Note this is a re-upload- we updated some information from the original.) You should also check out our Welcome To The Autistic Community books! http://autisticadvocacy.org/book/welcome-to-the-autistic-community/ Learn more about …

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Things Not To Say To An Autistic Person

What’s an autistic person supposed to look like anyway? 8 people with autism set the record straight so everyone else can stop asking such cringeworthy questions. Click here to watch more: http://bit.ly/Things-Not-To-Say-To-Playlist — Click here to subscribe to BBC Three: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-BBCThree Did you know that we’re up to other things …

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Preventing Autism Meltdown

Ian and Connor were fighting for ‘1st place’ on the trail. They were tripping over each other, pushing each other on the ground, etc. I put an end to it and Ian’s tantrum started transitioning into a meltdown. Although breathing exercises and compression hugs don’t always work, it’s best to …

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