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Strategies for Surviving Middle School with an Included Child with Autism

By Palmer, Anne

Summary

This article provides strategies on transitioning into middle school for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Topics discussed include communication, organization, and modifications for students.

The University of North Carolina’s TEACCH Autism Program is an autism research centre and community service provider. TEACCH has had a legislative mandate to provide autism services across North Carolina since 1972. The organization’s mission “is to create and cultivate the development of exemplary community-based services, training programs, and research to enhance the quality of life for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder across the lifespan.” [Website]

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This online article is in English

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TEACCH Autism Program
North Carolina, United States

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