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Parenting or teaching a child with autism spectrum disorder is both challenging and rewarding the adults in the lives of children with autism have to organize their home or classroom environment to make it a pleasant place where these kids can thrive caregivers have to understand the. Aba is not based in truly understanding the eclectic nature of an autistic child/person and how autism [in all of its variances] influences each individual. Aap autism subcommittee the council on children with disabilities (cocwd) autism subcommittee (asc) serves as the main point of contact for.
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