Thursday, July 31, 2008

Training session helps teachers better handle autism

Helping educators to defuse tantrums of children with autism and to better meet their educational needs were elements of a weeklong training session at a Chicago-area elementary school. "We love these kids. That's why we do this work," said Kathy Gould, director of the Illinois Autism Training and Technical Assistance Project. "But they're tough and they can be really tough until we figure out what works." Chicago Tribune

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