“As a parent you want to ensure that your bright child with Autism Spectrum Disorder will have a bright future! And you are not alone. According to an Easter Seals survey, parents of children who have ASD were most worried about their children having independence in adulthood. Quality of life, fitting into society, and employment… Read more »
Month: January 2019
“Broccoli Boot Camp is a comprehensive guide for parents of children who are selective or picky eaters, and can be used with children with or without special needs (e.g, autism or Down syndrome). It presents common sense behavioral interventions to successfully expand children’s diet variety and preferences for healthy foods. “The book starts with the… Read more »
“This essential book offers clear guidelines for determining if the Culturally Linguistically Diverse (CLD) students/English Language Learners (ELL) in your general education classroom are experiencing typical language differences, learning disabilities, or both. By combining helpful case-studies with insightful research, the authors provide a framework for differentiating instruction that uses culturally appropriate interventions to build upon… Read more »
The Library will be closed on Monday, January 21st in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. We will be back open at 8:00 am on Tuesday, January 22nd.
Staff at the Indiana Resource Center for Autism have published a new article entitled, “How Do I Fund My Child’s Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)?” This article discusses health insurance, Medicaid coverage, and other options for funding a child’s medically necessary autism treatment. To read the entire article, please visit: https://www.iidc.indiana.edu/pages/how-do-i-fund-my-childs-applied-behavior-analysis