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Kansas Technical Assistance Network (TASN) Autism and Tertiary Behavior Supports Resource Center

Kansas Technical Assistance Network (TASN) Autism and Tertiary Behavior Supports Resource Center

Autism Calm Body Cards to help your students learn calming strategies.  Just print and use in your classroom today!

Autism Calm Body Cards to help your students learn calming strategies. Just print and use in your classroom today!

I have been talking about the research behind the evidence-based practices report from the National Professional Development Center.  To read the other posts about the report and other interventions, click HERE. Today I want to talk about a cognitive behavioral practice, the last evidence-based practice I talked about, for relaxation.  Progressive relaxation is a strategy that …

I have been talking about the research behind the evidence-based practices report from the National Professional Development Center. To read the other posts about the report and other interventions, click HERE. Today I want to talk about a cognitive behavioral practice, the last evidence-based practice I talked about, for relaxation. Progressive relaxation is a strategy that …

I have been talking about the research behind the evidence-based practices report from the National Professional Development Center.  To read the other posts about the report and other interventions, click HERE. Today I want to talk about a cognitive behavioral practice, the last evidence-based practice I talked about, for relaxation.  Progressive relaxation is a strategy that …

I have been talking about the research behind the evidence-based practices report from the National Professional Development Center. To read the other posts about the report and other interventions, click HERE. Today I want to talk about a cognitive behavioral practice, the last evidence-based practice I talked about, for relaxation. Progressive relaxation is a strategy that …

As I talked about in my last post in the challenging behavior series, there are two primary ways that the different sensory experiences of students with autism might be related to the function of a challenging behavior.  It might be to escape from a situation that is too loud, or too bright or too smelly …

As I talked about in my last post in the challenging behavior series, there are two primary ways that the different sensory experiences of students with autism might be related to the function of a challenging behavior. It might be to escape from a situation that is too loud, or too bright or too smelly …