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Developmental disability that significantly affecting verbal and nonverbal communication and social interaction.

Autism Games

Oct 15, 2018


SPOTLIGHT! On a Spectrum of Possibilities

Every day, students with autism bring life experiences into the classroom that can make learning a challenge. Immersive online games can help these students navigate their unique social or emotional challenges and build self-confidence. These games can also help classmates understand the experiences of their peers with autism.

Game to Improve Social and Emotional Skills
Adventures Aboard the S.S. GRIN, a nine-episode online game, is designed to teach social skills to children aged 7–12 who experience social behavioral problems and lack of motivation.

Game to Educate Children About Autism
College students in Carnegie Mellon University’s Entertainment Technology Center have developed a free 30-minute video game called Prism to help elementary-aged students understand the experiences of their peers with autism.

Autism Resources

Sep 17, 2018


SPOTLIGHT! On Children with Autism

The Autism Science Foundation provides information about autism to the general public and serves to increase awareness of autism spectrum disorders and the needs of individuals and families affected by autism. Visitors to the foundation’s website will find information on early signs of autism, quick facts about autism, science related to autism, and more.

Teaching Guide

Aug 15, 2018


Digital Media in Young Children’s Learning

Boston Children’s Museum has been creating curriculum, activities, and other resources for educators and parents for more than 100 years. These resources are rooted in decades of understanding how children learn most effectively and how adults can best support that learning.

Lincoln Center Education hosts symposium on

May 15, 2018


SPOTLIGHT! On Making Art Special

The arts are universal. They can serve as a bridge to help students understand key information and demonstrate what they’ve learned, including students with special needs. However, it takes extra planning, flexibility, and creativity to make the arts accessible to students with disabilities.

Hear some inspiring thoughts on how to make art inclusive for all.

Autism Film

Mar 22, 2018


Film Starring Nonprofessional Actors with Autism

Opening on March 16, Keep the Change is a heartfelt romantic comedy about people living with autism. In the film, nonprofessional actors with the autism disorder portray characters with a range of autism conditions.


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