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Encouraging Independence and Initiative

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Encouraging Independence and Initiative “One of the most challenging endeavors is getting a child with autism to be more independent and assertive. Professionals and parents agree that this goal is crucial, however many children with autism remain deficient in this area of...

Integrating Behavioral and Biomedical Approaches for Autism Spectrum Therapy

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Integrating Behavioral and Biomedical Approaches “If you are working with a person who has autism and do not use applied behavior analysis (ABA), you will not get very far. If you are working with a person who has autism and only use ABA, you will not get far enough (Carr...

Teaching A Swimmer With Autism Spectrum Disorder

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Teaching A Swimmer With Autism Spectrum Disorder I have been teaching swimming for over twenty-five years. A few years ago, I started teaching swimmers diagnosed with the Autism Spectrum Disorder. The difference in my teaching methods did not change. I have always given...

One with the Water Swim Coaches attend “An Evening of Gratitude”

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Coaches of One with the Water attended “An Evening of Gratitude”    The One with the Water Swim Coaches attended “An Evening of Gratitude” sponsored by the Flawless Foundation, at Fred Segal Santa Monica, Zero Minus Plus. “Flawless takes a stand for...

Train-4-Autism Welcomes Newest Preferred Charity

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Train-4-Autism Welcomes Newest Preferred Charity Train 4 Autism welcomes One with the Water to their Preferred Charity program! Train 4 Autism is a foundation dedicated to bringing together a community of athletes, physically active, and socially conscious people who are...

Autism Isolation Syndrome

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Autism Isolation Syndrome “Families with autistic children face many challenges. Emotional, physical, financial, and social difficulties arise in a variety of different contexts. The stress of dealing with these challenges can be overwhelming. One way families cope with...

Using a Constant Time Delay to Teach Swimming to Children with Autism

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Using a Constant Time Delay Procedure to Teach Foundational Swimming Skills to Children With Autism “The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of using a constant time delay procedure to teach foundational swimming skills to three children with autism. The...