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Over-Stimulating Environments Unsuitable for Children with ASD

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Children with ASD in ECE. Dear Fellow Teachers,I’ve recently been approached by the mother of a child with ASD and Sensory Integration Disorder.He is 3 and a half and finds a standard ECE environment too overwhelming – noise in particular […]
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