Helping your child concentrate involves discovering their inner motivation, providing them with a peaceful working space and ensuring they have an avenue to release stress and energy.
Our "Teaching Autistic Students Cheat Sheet" is a concise list of research-backed teaching methods that can be viewed and shared electronically, or printed out. The document can be used by anyone - parents, educators, therapists, other service providers - to quickly gain a core set of methods for teaching autistic students.
"Students with dyslexia need multisensory structured language (MSL) instruction. This means that teaching techniques are explicit, direct, cumulative, intensive, focused on the structure of language, and coordinating the use of visual, auditory, and kinesthetic–tactile pathways simultaneously to enhance memory and learning of written language."
State officials said yesterday autism therapy clearly is a covered Medicaid benefit, and they hope to submit a state plan amendment by Sept. 30 to start the process to make it a Medi-Cal benefit for those under age 21.