Free teacher resources to support students with autism

Educator ResourcesFor teachers looking for extra guidance on how to support their students with autism, look no further. OAR provides informational guidebooks, professional development videos, and peer education tools to help you and your students thrive in a safe and inclusive classroom.Understanding Autism: Professional Development:Tackle challenging behavior and download a fact sheetof best practices.Hard copyOnline trainingAn Educator’s Guide to Autism:Learn how to support students with autism in the classroom.PDFPaperback eBookAn Educator’s Guide to ASD (Level 1 Supports):Learn how to support students with level 1 autism in the classroom.PDFPaperbackeBook“What’s Up with Nick?” Kit for Kids Peer Education Program:Teach kids in grades K-8 about autism through the story, “What’s Up with Nick?Full hard copy setOnline setUnderstanding Asperger Syndrome: A Professor’s GuideHelp fellow professors understand and better support their college students on the spectrum through this 15-minute video.Life Journey Through Autism: A Guide to Safety:Learn how to create a school safety plan that addresses wandering behaviors, bullying, and more.PDFPaperbackeBookCOVID-19 Resources:Get tips to improve distance learning.

Relevant ReadingsResearch Review: Integrating math and social skills to master real-life tasks – Learn how a group of autistic high school students learned essential math skills through this OAR-funded study conducted by Dr. Jenny Root at Florida State University.Blog Post: Online Education and Autism –Christopher Scott Wyatt offers his ideas for online course design and theory to support autistic students.How To: Offer social skills instructions as an elective – Deborah Hammer, an autism specialist, offers tips for teachers and administrators on how to start a social skills elective.Get Involved!Apply today for an Autism Education Grant of up to $5,000.Help OAR reach its 2021 Autism Awareness Month goals.Register for OAR’s April Health Webinar Series.Enter OAR’s Youth Art Contest.Volunteer as a Writer, Youth Education Leader, Hire Autism Navigator, or Materials Distributor.Fundraise for OAR through the Active for Autism 5K or other virtual races.Donate today to support OAR.       Download and share these resources with a colleague today. For bulk orders, please contact us at
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About akutil86

Diagnosed with Aspergers at 34, this blog chronicles some of the life events I've gone through, and how I hope to help others on the Autism Spectrum. Posts that are personal opinions will be moving to another Wordpress site by the end of the year; for those looking for help with autism, I hope you will continue to visit and spread the word about the articles that most of the time are links to something I read. Please let me know what challenges you are facing, and I will do my best to address them. Thanks for reading my blog!
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