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A massage treatment developed for children who have autism can lessen its severity by a third in the first five months after diagnosis, making the treatment an effective early intervention.
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Infant & Toddler Assessment Clinic
Do you have a child with autism? With a younger sibling 6 to 18 months old?
Interested in participating in a study to help autism research? In Eugene, OR?
Infant Toddler Assessment Clinic
Would you like to check your child’s early development? Parents or caregivers can use the ASQ questionnaires to check a child’s general development. The results help determine if a child’s development is on schedule. Free for children between the ages of birth and 6 years.
Early Childhood CARES offers many parent trainings and fun family events throughout the school year. Some of the events include; sign language workshops, behavior management trainings, and autism support groups.
This is a four part series designed to help the parents of children with disabilities to find resources and understand that “disability is a natural part of the human experience.” Each module explores the topic in easy-to-understand language, and includes videos of families telling their stories, links to important handouts, and online resources.
A website dedicated to providing information to parents of children with special needs, students who are interested in special education, and professionals working in the field.
Webpage containing information on how the IEP process works and how parents and teachers can work together for the benefit of children with special needs.
Become a Special Education Teacher
Learn more about the specifications and requirements for becoming a Special Education teacher and then, look for schools near you where you can earn your Master’s Degree in Special Education!