Monday, May 16, 2016

Adapted Puberty Education for Youth with Autism

With support from Autism Speaks, RCC engaged special education consultants and got to work adapting materials to make the learning experience really meaningful for students with Autism. That entailed incorporating more visual learning techniques, as well as reinforcing the lessons experientially. Developers created social stories and take-home tools to encourage later reinforcement independently and with parents and teachers.

Below is a sample of slides from the Girls Curriculum: