Archives: April 2012

Reading Instruction: Helping Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

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Participants will become familiar with the five essential components of reading to include:  phonics, phonemic awareness, vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension.  A thorough description of each essential reading component will be reviewed and individual reading strategies will be presented and integrated to encourage and promote the most fluent reading practice in...

Part 2: Bob and Casey

In the second part of our series, Bob and Casey discuss Dalton’s autism spectrum disorder diagnosis. From their initial meeting with the pediatrician to calling mom with the news, the couple reviews their initial experiences on this journey.