Issue #45: Collaborating with Parents of Children with Autism

This issue of NASET's Educating Children with Severe Disabilities series will cover the following topic:

Collaborating with Parents of Children with Autism

 

Developing and implementing effective educational programs that are meaningful for students with ASD involve collaboration with parents. Parents of children with ASD work closely with professionals to obtain diagnoses, early intervention programs and other resources, and are usually knowledgeable about both the disorder and their children. Bringing the experiences and knowledge of parents to the program planning process, serves not only to enhance students’ school success, but also creates a climate for ongoing learning, communication and collaboration.

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