Tuesday, July 29, 2014

July 2014 Newsletter: Transition Back-To-School

July 2014 Newsletter Topic: Autism and "Back to School"
I know it's still the middle of summer, but this month we're going to share ideas, tips, and resources for helping children with autism transition back to school in the fall. Since we mail out our newsletter at the end of the month, it will be the perfect time to start working on the transition!

Check back with us all month long on our Facebook and Twitter pages for us to post new resources as they are added. Make sure you're subscribed to our free newsletter to get all the resources at the end of July!
http://positively-autism.blogspot.com/2014/07/july-2014-newsletter-topic-autism-and.html


Tips and Articles:

Helping Our Kids with Autism Transition Back Into School - http://positively-autism.blogspot.com/2014/07/helping-our-kids-with-autism-transition.html

Classroom Checklist - http://positively-autism.blogspot.com/2014/07/classroom-checklist.html

Autism Guide for Bus Drivers and Transportation Supervisors - http://positively-autism.blogspot.com/2014/07/autism-guide-for-bus-drivers-and.html

Tips for Reducing the Stress Associated with Back to School - http://positively-autism.blogspot.com/2014/07/tips-for-reducing-stress-associated.html

Getting Ready for School: Transition Tips for Students with Autism - http://positively-autism.blogspot.com/2014/07/getting-ready-for-school-transition.html

Back-To-School Tips and Q & A with Dr. Paula Kluth - http://positively-autism.blogspot.com/2014/07/back-to-school-tips-and-q-with-dr-paula.html


Freebies: 

School Supply Picture Cards - http://positively-autism.blogspot.com/2014/07/school-supply-picture-cards.html

Back To School Social Story - http://positively-autism.blogspot.com/2014/07/back-to-school-social-story.html

Picture Schedule for Morning Routine - http://positively-autism.blogspot.com/2014/07/picture-schedule-for-morning-routine.html


News:

July 2014 Positive Autism News - http://positively-autism.blogspot.com/2014/07/july-2014-positive-autism-news.html


2 comments:

  1. WOW ALL THANKS TO DR WILLIAMS I HAVE NEVER BELIEVE IN HERBAL REMEDIES.
    my son have been a patient of autism . I had tried a lot of anti viral med prescribed to me by doctors over how many years now but I could not see any improvements in my son symptoms. One day while going through the internet , i got to know about this great Herbal Dr who uses his herbal remedies in curing people from autism,quickly i contacted him and he prepared a herbal medication for my son which i received and he used it as instructed by dr williams. After few weeks the improvement were very visible. the speech delay and the poor eye contact stopped, I would recommend this to all my friends,families,around the globe suffering from autism.you can contact him through his email on drwilliams098765@gmail.com.for advice and for his product THANKS TO YOU ONCE AGAIN DR WILLIAMS

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  2. I am Sophie from Canada, I once suffered from a terrible and Chronic autism ,since i was bone , the doctor told me there was no permanent cure i was given medications to slow down its progress, i constantly felt my health was deteriorating as i constantly go out of breath,and this illness was really terrible especially when am going out with my friends, i have this constant disorder for about 31 years, this was really a terrible ailment ,on thin one day that i was going through the internet,and i came across a post of Mrs Kate on how his son was been cured from autism through the help of Dr Williams herbal product, I contacted this herbal doctor via his email and explain everything to him and make purchase of his product,few days later he sent me the herbal medicine through courier service, when i received the herbal medicine, i used it for 1 months and two weeks as prescribed by dr williams and i was totally cured within those week of usage,on thin now i have not experience any sign or characteristics again . for more information you can visit his blog autismepilepsy.blogspot.com for help

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