Defining the 3 Levels of Autism Spectrum

1st August 2020


Autism spectrum indications or the symptoms sometimes can also change over time by becoming more or less austere. The levels of autism allow for a more faithful diagnostic variety while some people don’t distinctly fit into one of the three levels. As per researches and studies, physicians categorize autism spectrum by assigning kinds of levels like 1, 2, or 3 areas of functioning. ...



Understanding the ABC Model in Special Education

24th July 2020


ABC Antecedent, Behavior, Consequence technique is a behavior-modification strategy frequently employed for students with learning disabilities. Read the blog to understand the innovative strategy which can be helpful for regular children as well. It's not uncommon for special education students to struggle with learning something, know how can you help them. ...



The Impact of the Tools of Assistive Technology on a Future SEN Educator

17th July 2020


The development of the students with special needs requires the educators to become innovative and introduce some new techniques in order to make the delivery of the course content devoid of monotony for the students. This blog focuses on how the appropriate utilization of one such innovative techniques, known as assistive technology, can help in the development of the future educators, who are currently pursuing the online special educational needs courses. ...



Understanding the 5 Common Characteristics of HFA

11th July 2020


The HFA/AS damages the social and communication skills of a learner. The significant thing is to be conscious of how your learner learns best, and Asperger’s Syndrome is more perceptible in boys. Know the different kinds of features and characteristics of the HFA/AS among the young learners. ...



Facilitating in Creating an ADHD Friendly Classroom

3rd July 2020


Learn the trouble-free and convenient preplanning steps that you can take to help children with ADHD flourish in their school environment. These effective suggestions for teachers can facilitate you to overcome some common challenges as well as aid kids with ADHD to accomplish something at school. ...



Detecting Learning Disabilities with Early Warning Symptoms

26th June 2020


Staying aware of the different warning signs of learning disabilities and early identification of the children who have learning disabilities can be a key to a child's future. With the learning disability courses online and patience, you can be trained to manage as well as take steps to empower your child. Read the blog to find out more! ...


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