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(p. 324) Understanding the Role of Stress in Autism The Key to Teaching for Independence 

(p. 324) Understanding the Role of Stress in Autism The Key to Teaching for Independence
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(p. 324) Understanding the Role of Stress in Autism The Key to Teaching for Independence
Author(s):

Janice E. Janzen

, M. Grace Baron

, and June Groden

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195182262.003.0013
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date: 30 November 2020

This chapter proposes that an understanding of the causes and the effects of stress can help teachers understand the perspective of those with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). It provides all those who teach and support persons with autism a foundation of practical strategies to decrease stress, maximize learning, and increase independence.

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