The learning styles of individuals with Autism means that teaching concepts and skills in managing their sexuality, using typical strategies such as theory based lessons and reading materials, [...]
For many of our students the process of learning to go to the toilet becomes complicated by their communication and sensory needs.
Asking key questions relating to the source of the resistance, provides strategies that can be tailored to different situations.
Building a collaborative classroom provides positive outcomes for students with a learning experience tailored to their needs.
Encouraging and developing independence in activities that are required for daily living create opportunities for students to grow and live as independently as possible.
Providing visual supports with a dynamic element to support the comprehension, emotional regulation and therefore participation of students in self-care tasks has proven successful.