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Autism Quickstart Guide

By Rosemarie Griffin

Working with students with autism or any student who does not have a way to communicate can be a challenge. How do we know where to start? I can tell you from personal experience, that it can be very difficult to find an answer to that very question.

I have put together a quickstart guide that will provide a framework on how to get started. Print off the quickstart guide and answer the questions- it will be a great first step in helping your students.

We want to help every student find their voice! We want to help every student develop a way to communicate with the world. Let this quickstart guide be that first step!


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