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  1. Jun 01, 2016 · In this article, we examined all peer-reviewed studies of teaching children with autism spectrum disorder with RIs published between 1990 and 2014. We find that positive gains in learning and social skills can be achieved by incorporating children’s RIs into classroom practice: Of 20 published studies that examined 91 children, all reported ...

  2. 2.1. Participants. A convenience sample of mothers with children diagnosed with autism was recruited in-person during local parent meetings, educational events, and conferences hosted by four Boston-area organizations known to serve families of children with ASD, including the Asperger's Association of New England, Federation for Children with Special Needs, Boston Families for Autism/Towards ...

  3. on. At this point, experts working with children with autism agree that early intervention is critical. There is professional consensus about certain crucial aspects of treatment (intensity, family involvement, focus on generalization) and empirical evidence for certain intervention strategies. However, there are many programs developed for children with autism that differ in philosophy and a ...

  4. In contrast, many children with autism spectrum disorders do not play in a manner that is beneficial to development. Skill deficits and interfering problem behaviors often inhibit productive play in children with autism spectrum disorders; consequently, this crucial aspect of development should be a target for early intervention.

  5. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 23, 515-524. Frea, W.D. (1995). Social-communication skills in higher functioning children with autism. In R.L. Koegel & L.K. Koegel (Eds.), Teaching children with autism: Strategies for initiating positive interactions and improving learning opportunities (pp. 53-66). Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes ...

  6. By: Kara Hume, Indiana Resource Center for Autism. Learn about four strategies for structured teaching to support students with ASD: (1) physical structure, (2) visual schedules, (3) work systems, and (4) visual structure. This series of four articles can be used as a set or separately depending on the needs of the staff/students.

  7. Apr 05, 2021 · Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality for Children, Adolescents, and Adults with Communication Disability and Neurodevelopmental Disorders: a Systematic Review. Authors. Benjamin Bailey. Lucy Bryant. Bronwyn Hemsley. Content type: Review Paper. Published: 09 June 2021.