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Autism Awareness

                             What is Autism?                          
         Characteristics of Autism 
        
Early Signs of Autism
                    
What is Asperger's?
 
Teachers

  Students

                  Parents

                     Autism Websites

Tinsnips is a special education resource that strives to share a variety of specialized teaching tools, techniques, worksheets, and activities with teachers of students who have autistic spectrum disorders and related developmental disabilities. Many of these activities may be appropriate for Pre-K and Kindergarten children.
Study Stack Here is a website with ready-made interactive study guides for math, social studies, and sciences.  You can make your own flashcards by signing up for a free account.

For Teachers:
Eight websites with ready-made interactive study guides and make your own flashcards by signing up for a free account.

Famous People with Autism




 

                        Autism Websites


http://www.autismnetwork.org/
http://kansasasd.com
http://texasautism.com

Link for skills and goals

www.sensoryworld.org
An exciting link for your sensory starved child/student

Tinsnips Great site for communication symbols and social stories to help your child/student

 

 

 

Kansas State Department of Education -
www.ksde.org Special Education

                  Resources for Teachers    

 

 

 

   
                  
                    Parent Rights In Education
                          (revised August 2010)

Autism Internet Modules  Learning modules for educators, other service providers, and parents to understand and be informed about students with autism.  It is a free website.

Social Thinking by Michelle Garcia Winner, an expert in the field of social skills

Social Skills social skill lessons for middle school/junior high

 

Cindy's Autistic Support  wonderfully full of many lessons, printables, and activities

                

Freaks, Geeks, & Asperger Syndrome
a book by
Luke Jackson
(Jessica Kingsley Publishers, Philadelphia, PA. 2002)

 Autism Internet Modules Learning modules for educators, other service providers, and parents to understand and be informed about students with autism.  It is a free website.                          

 Social Thinking    by Michelle Garcia Winner, an expert in the field of social skills

Social Skills social skill lessons for middle school/junior high

 

Cindy's Autistic Support wonderfully full of many lessons, printables, and activities

 

           

     Writing Goals and Objectives

Here is a list of IEP goal resources.  There are many links to sources that provide a wealth of IEP goal examples.

 

                Least Restrictive Environment

         Writing Goals and Objectives
Here is a list of IEP goal resources.  There are many links to sources that provide a wealth of IEP goal examples.

Ziggurat Model (Ziggurat Worksheet, CAPS, ISSI, Global and Specific Behavior)

You Tube
many short videos
 

Ziggurat Model (Ziggurat Worksheet, CAPS, ISSI, Global and Specific Behavior)

                          http://texasautism.com
The Ziggurat Model and the Comprehensive Autism Planning System (CAPS)—This site is about the Ziggurat Model, framework and CAPS. The Ziggurat Model is by Drs. Ruth Aspy and Barry Grossman. The model is a framework of five levels developed to design a comprehensive intervention program.


Autism Spectrum Disorder Referral Form

 

      

 

 

 

 

Autism Intervention
Team Members


Jaci Siemsen/Coordinator
Lori Stahlman 

Penny Massing 
Shawn Woolsey
Danele Wendland
Judy Edwards
Sara Niehues
Jennifer McCarty





 

                                                        Autism Team   
               Learning Cooperative of North Central Kansas

                                                 Mission Statement

The Learning Cooperative of North Central Kansas is dedicated to providing students; a continuum of special education supports and services, the best possible access to the general education curriculum and classroom and, the opportunity to realize their maximum potential in the least restrictive environment.

                                                            Goals
1. Communication
To increase effective communication among USD #108, #109, #224, #333 and #426 personnel, families, and community partners using a variety of strategies in order to build and sustain collaborative and productive relationships.

2. Instruction

To build the capacity of USD #108, #109, #224, #333 and #426 personnel, families, and community partners to provide a full continuum of effective and diverse instruction utilizing interventions, services, and supports for students with disabilities in the least restrictive environment.

3. Compliance

To expand the knowledge and skills of USD #108, #109, #224, #333 and #426 personnel, families, and community partners related to the processes and procedures aligned with federal, state, and local guidelines in order to enhance the effective implementation of IDEA.
 

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