A Look at Autism and Inclusion

While reading the Opposing Views website tonight, I ran across an article written by the Interactive Autism Network (IAN) on the topic of inclusion and students on the autism spectrum. Here is an excerpt: Like other children with special education needs, many children with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) spend at least part of their day learning alongside their typically developing peers. Fully 80 percent of the children participating in the Interactive Autism Network’s online research attend regular public school or {Read More}

Surfers Healing 2009 Camp Dates and Puerto Rico Expansion

Surfers Healing was one of the first autism summer camps that I listed here on The Autism Education Site. The camp is one of the most unique summer camps geared towards children with autism and the big bonus is that it is free. The camp has expanded to Puerto Rico and the 2009 camp dates have been set. 2009 Camp Information 2009 Sign Up Dates April 15 – all California camps May 15 – Virginia Beach, North Carolina, and South {Read More}