I'm not sure where to start here. There are whole books written on this topic like Sheila Wagner's "Inclusive Programming for Middle School Students with Autism/Asperger's Syndrome" (2001). You will begin learning specific resources you can implement with this student tomorrow with our webinar on Reinforcement and next week with our webinar on Prompting, and so forth.
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Well, he participates in small group for daily oral language and does very well. He is beginning to verbalize more with me and sometimes my others students. However, I would like to see him grow as far as communication. What can I do? Visual models for communication? Thanks
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