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  • How to use AAC devices while playing games...

    The Autism Helper

    Resources, tips, and materials to help you, help children with autism

  • Disney Goes To Trial Over Theme Park Disability Access Policy...

    Disability Scoop

    People with autism and other developmental disabilities could soon return to front-of-line status at Disney theme parks, depending on the outcome of a trial getting underway in federal court.

  • Senators Push FDA To Ban Shock Devices Used On Those With Special Needs...

    Disability Scoop

    Several U.S. senators are pressuring the Food and Drug Administration to follow through with a ban on devices used to administer electric shocks on people with developmental disabilities.

  • How Interior Design Can Be A Tool In Managing Life With Autism...

    Disability Scoop

    The right interior design can help children and adults manage the anxiety and behaviors that typically accompany autism, improving life for them and other members of their families.

  • Do Special Ed Judges Need Law Degrees?...

    Disability Scoop

    In a bid to address a shortage of special education judges, one state is proposing allowing individuals without law degrees to hear student complaints.

  • Paraprofessional Training Guide - Part 2...

    The Autism Helper

    Resources, tips, and materials to help you, help children with autism

  • Paraprofessional Training Guide - Part 2 - The Autism Helper...

    The Autism Helper

    Resources, tips, and materials to help you, help children with autism

  • To everyone who tells me not to say “autistic person”...

    Autistic Not Weird

    It’s not about what you prefer. It’s about what we prefer.

  • Marking 15 Years, Autism Speaks Rebrands...

    Disability Scoop

    The nation's largest autism advocacy group is revamping its look to better match its evolving mission and launching an effort to "create a kinder, more inclusive world" for those on the

  • School Calls Cops On 6-Year-Old With Down Syndrome...

    Disability Scoop

    When a girl with Down syndrome pointed a finger gun at her teacher and said 'I shoot you,' the police were called even though the school recognized she had no intention of harming anyone.