THE WORLD OF AUTISM IN ONE PLACE
THE AUTISM CHANNEL PROGRAM GUIDE
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Mary Beth Marsden begins her series with a profile of her daughter and her teachers and therapists, showing her daughter's progress after her diagnosis of pervasive developmental disorder delay at age 3 1/2.
Real Look Autism follows a family with a child on the spectrum using a trip to the grocery store as a learning experience.
James, a 9-year old with hypergraphia, confronts the problem of messy eating, using an iPad as positive reinforcement
How communications devices enable Matthew to communicate and drive improvement in other forms of functional communications
The story of a magical little girl and the clubhouse that teaches social skills through creation of a play group
The importance of training life skills for a boy with Down Syndrome. Rob learns computer communication and household routines through reinforcement training.
Hayden's camp experience is helped by ABA therapy. We see how one of his ABA therapists works with him while he attends camp.
Kirby's mom Adrian and his support group talk about the challenges faced by an on-the-spectrum child with allergies to peanuts, eggs, and shellfish.
Will is prone to be sensory overwhelmed, but his mom Kathy tells the story of how he learned to shave himself
Connor's art therapy helps him with language, fine motor skills and socialization. His many projects include model hotels, malls, and even a multi-lane bowling alley
Follow Daniel as he learns how to swim at a special needs swim school, the Martar Swim School
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