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Please keep in mind when answering the questions below that I am a 35-year-old Italian- American teaching in a kindergarten ICT class in an elementary school in a predominantly African American neighborhood/school in Brooklyn, NY.
Reflect on what you’ve learned.
How does treatment for ASD differ from services offered to Autisic students in schools?
What are the benefits of each? How might they inform each other?
Post to the discussion board.
Describe at least three similarities and/or differences between medical treatment for Autism and a school-based services for Autism?
What are three treatment/school-based strategies that you feel would be the most beneficial and why? (i.e. The use of an augmentative and alternative communication system would allow the child to learn how to functionally communicate until verbal language is gained). Defend your answers.
How are these treatments or strategies different than those you would have expected or suggested prior to now? How has what you’ve learned so far influenced your approach to supporting students with ASD?
Respond to at least one of your colleagues’ postings.
Your response should extend the discussion (i.e. ask a question, provide a similar experience, make a suggestion).
My colleagues post:
Wed Sep 21, 2022 at 4:55 am
treatment for ASD is more holistic and helps the child in the outside world compared to the schools it helps the student function in the school setting. what part of the ASD is holding back the child from learning. we as teachers need to figure that out and then help the student. where the actual treatment for ASD treats the child as a whole.
the benefit of each is the the treatment for the child as a whole helps the student function in the outside world and the academic helps function in the school. the academic portion is more specific and will help the student learn, whereas the other one will help the student live outside the classroom. i feel like a visual board and schedule are most effective in working with students with ASD. this is because the student is aware what will happen next and no surprises will be given to them. this will reduce fustration throughout the day. i have learned that there are two ways to work with students that have ASD. one is to treat child as a whole in the world and one is to help the child in the school setting. thank you.