Autism Spectrum Disorder

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Due to the complex nature of ASD there is no "magic formula" or simple solution that will work to assist all students with autism spectrum disorders. Every plan must be personalized and based on an assessment of a student’s unique skill set, preferences, interests, dreams, needs, and learning styles. Every student with ASD is as unique as every student who does not have ASD. The following strategies will help you interact with students with ASD more effectively. They are rooted in a spirit of empathy, dignity, and respect and will help you further develop a school environment of Care, Welfare, Safety, and SecuritySM.

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