April is Autism Awareness month. This time of year reminds us of the need to find therapy options that work for all of our autistic students. Each child is different and some therapy approaches that work for one student may not work for another. Often times, therapists find a model that works well, but when combined with another therapy, shows even greater potential. Children living with autism often go though many different types of therapies from the time they are toddlers and beyond. Much of it works on social skills, sensory integration, and speech.
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