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  • 1. Autism is one of “Autism affects information Typically children the many processing in the brain by with autism are disabilities altering how nerve cells diagnosed in early supported by the and their synapses childhood, althoug Individuals with connect and organize” h it is known to go disabilities act unnoticed until the (IDEA). Evidence suggests many child is much older The Causes of Autistic Children will benefit if the disorder is a Autism is from being place in an mild case. unknown… Inclusive Classroom. evidence suggests Genetic factors areThere are many types important though. Autism affects boys 3 - 4 timesof Autism more often than girls. Familyconditions, such as income, education, and lifestyleAspergers, Pervasive do not seem to affect the risk ofDevelopmental autism.Disorder, and RettSyndrome.
  • 2.  Classes mixed with non-disabled and disabled students are termed inclusive. Inclusive classrooms were created to give disabled children a quality education. Inclusive classrooms are intended to improve disabled students social and academic skills
  • 3.  Educational goals can be met or made progress on. Social and language skills can be improved through interactions with other students and the classroom’s teacher. Autism is one of the many disorders supported by the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA)If the individual is suitable to Inclusion.
  • 4.  The Individuals with  The IDEA suggests children Disabilities Education Act with disabilities be (IDEA)supports civil rights to educated in appropriate disabled students. environments that will meet The IDEA demands the needs of the children disabled students receive a (2004). quality education.
  • 5.  Levy, Susan E. (2009). Two Studies Find Autism at Higher Rate in Children. Wall Street Journal, 254(81), A6. Levy, SE., Mandell, SM., Schultz, RT. (2009). Autism. The Lancet, 374(9701), 1627-1638. Johnson, CP., Myers, SM., and the Council on Children with Disabilities. (2007). Title Identification and Evaluation of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Pediatrics, 120(5), 1183-1215. The Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA). (2004). http://idea.ed.gov/ Mchan, J., O’Reilly, Mark F. (2008). A Social Stories Intervention Package for Students with Autism in Inclusive Classroom Settings. Journal of Applied Behavioral Analysis, 41(3), 405-410. Goodman, G., Williams, Cathy M. (2007). Interventions for Increasing the Academic Engagement of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders in Inclusive Classrooms. Teaching Exceptional Children, 39(6), 53-61. Friedlander, Diana. (2009). Sam Comes to School: Including Students with Autism in Your Classroom. Clearing House, 82(3), 141-144. APA Provides Feedback on Autism Reasearch Plan .American Psychological Association (APA). (2000). www.apa.org

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