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  1. 1. Meeting the Needs of Children with Special Needs Jeremy in the given Scenario is diagnosed with autism. He has difficulties in communications , he never initiates conversation and doesn’t make eye contact. After his move to Toronto he loses his temper very often. His family need assistance What is Autism? Sign and symptoms Few things to remember “Autism is life long of Autism • Observing your own attitude towards neurologically-based • Delayed, little or no child’s needs developmental disorder” speech • Getting training for the related (Article Autism Spectrum • Echo other people’s special need Disorder). exact words •Making individual plan for the child Children have difficulties • Absence of non- •Changing the physical environment in verbal, like pointing according to child’s need communication, socializa • Lack of response • Using Familiar materials and toys tion, and behaviour • No sharing communicating •No turn taking • Making the routines and activities • No understanding of flexible humor •Getting support from the staff • Lack of eye contact •“Work in collaboration with Resource • Difficulty in transition consultants, specialists, families, and • Hyperactivity coworkers” (Week 5) • Not paying attention • Making goal for improvement • Repetitive behaviour • Having a completed form 14 ready • Inflexible to access the servicesBack ground: Microsoft PowerPoint Clip Art • Rocking and flapping By: Nasreen FatimaPowerPoint Template. http://www.flashdemo.net/powerpoint-to-flash/template.html#Education
  2. 2. Referrals ABA Educational Resources Geneva Centre for Toronto IBI: Autism ABA Educational Resources Ltd. Autism Service in the Greater 36 Carrier Crescent Mailing address Toronto Area Maple, Ontario 112 Merton Street Phone: Canada L6A 0T8 Toronto, Ontario (416) 925-5141, ext. 2289 phone 905-553-4223 Canada fax 905-303-3568 Web: M4S 2Z8 Web Link: http://www.surreyplace.on.ca/ Tel: (416) 322-7877 http://www.abaresources.com/contact.html Fax: (416) 322-5894 Toronto Preschool Website: Ontario Ministry of Children and Speech &Language http://www.autism.net Youth Services Services e-mail: info@autism.net Mail: Service Ontario INFO line Toronto Public Health M-1B114, Macdonald Block Intake Social Phone: 416-338-8255 (voice) 900 Bay Street Workers: intake@autis 416-338-0025 (TTY) Toronto ON M7A 1N3 m.net Hours: Monday – Friday Canada 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Phone Website: tpsls@toronto.ca Toll Free: 1-866-821-7770Resources used: http://www.torontoibi.ca/resources.html TTY: 1-800-387-5559•http://www.children.gov.on.ca/htdocs/English/topics/specialneeds/autism/programs.aspx Website:•http://www.autism.net/about-us/contact-us.html http://www.children.gov.on.ca/htdocs/English•http://www.abaresources.com/contact.html /topics/specialneeds/autism/programs.aspx•http://www.surreyplace.on.ca/•tpsls@toronto.ca Link to many services•http://connectability.ca/2012/11/22/supporting-children-with-autism-module-1/ http://www.hollandbloorview.ca/resourc•Class notes: Week 5, Lisa Mc Caie ecentre/family_our_child_has/document s/ASD_Resources2012.pdf

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