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  • Autism Para Handbook

    $12.00

    Are you training new paraprofessionals/paraeducators/educational assistants this school year? Training support staff is an ongoing process.   I put the most important and relevant information for working with young autistic children together in a para handbook. If you don’t want to reinvent the wheel..this is just what you need!

    In this 60-page para handbook, you will be able to pick and choose the information that you want to share with your paraprofessionals. You can start with the most important topics and skills for your classroom and add to them throughout the year. It’s a great way to provide ongoing training. For example, start with 15 pages at the beginning of the school year and add a few new pages each month. Each topic is easy to digest with simple bullet points. You can extend the conversation from there if needed.

    ► The topics include:

    What is autism?

    The Neurodiversity Movement

    The infinity symbol vs puzzle piece

    Indicators of Autism

    Roles of a special education teacher and related service providers

    Para ethical responsibilities

    Parts of an IEP

    Our beliefs

    Data collection

    Presuming competence

    Echolalia

    Gestalt language

    Eye contact

    Relationship first

    Be proactive

    Transitions

    Less talking

    Dependance

    Toileting

    Carrying kids

    Prompting

    Hand under hand

    Wait time

    AAC

    All done bucket

    Wait mat

    Start chart

    Visual schedule

    Transition object

    Special interests

    Supporting play

    Behavior

    Meltdowns

    Behavior plans

    Sensory

    Coregulation

    Self-Regulation

    Glossary of terms

    Editable forms: IEP at a glance Tip sheet for students Roles and duties page Student list Behavior plan at a glance

     Extra page for you to add your own topics and information for the handbook

    ► Quote posters to post around your room to provide motivation and reminders to all staff

  • Canadian Version – Autism Educational Assistant Handbook (digital download)

    $12.00

    Are you training new educational assistants this school year? Training support staff is an ongoing process.   I put the most important and relevant information for working with young autistic children together in an educational assistant handbook. If you don’t want to reinvent the wheel..this is just what you need!

    In this 60-page handbook, you will be able to pick and choose the information that you want to share with your educational assistants. You can start with the most important topics and skills for your classroom and add to them throughout the year. It’s a great way to provide ongoing training. For example, start with 15 pages at the beginning of the school year and add a few new pages each month. Each topic is easy to digest with simple bullet points. You can extend the conversation from there if needed.

    This is a digital download, not a shipped physical handbook.

    ► The topics include:

    What is Autism?

    The Neurodiversity Movement

    The infinity symbol vs puzzle piece

    Indicators of Autism

    Roles of a special education teacher and related service providers

    Ethical responsibilities

    Parts of an IIP

    Our beliefs

    Data collection

    Presuming competence

    Echolalia

    Gestalt language

    Eye contact

    Relationship first

    Be proactive

    Transitions

    Less talking

    Dependance

    Toileting

    Carrying kids

    Prompting

    Hand under hand

    Wait time

    AAC

    All done bucket

    Wait mat

    Start chart

    Visual schedule

    Transition object

    Special interests

    Supporting play

    Behavior

    Meltdowns

    Behaviour plans

    Sensory

    Coregulation

    Self-Regulation

    Glossary of terms

     Extra page for you to add your own topics and information for the handbook

    ► Quote posters to post around your room to provide motivation and reminders to all staff

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    Riding The Bus Social Story & Visual Supports

    $8.00

    Are you looking for social stories and visual supports to make the transition to and from the school bus easier for your students with autism and other developmental disabilities?

    This jam-packed resource will provide you with a variety of visual supports to support your students with common issues when it comes to the bus. Whether it is transitioning to and from the bus, or challenges they face on the bus, this set of visual supports has you covered.