Allowing Autistic Children to Learn at Their Own Pace
Sharon Plante withMartha Gabler
In this segment we discuss why it’s important to allow autistic children to learn at their own pace and strategies to help make this happen.
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June 10, 2015 Special Education
Martha Gabler, B.A., M.A. and her husband are the parents of two boys. The younger one, now 18 years old, was diagnosed at age 3 as having severe autism and being profoundly non-verbal. She is the author of Chaos to Calm: Discovering Solutions to the Everyday Problems of Living with Autism and Behavior Basics: A Primer for Autism Parents.
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