We Were Meant to be Teachers!

Classroom Management Strategies and other Teacher Worthy Ideas

Accommodations for Autistic People?

Judy Endow, a renowned author and presenter, writes, “And just like you will not be thought of as a bad person when you fail to make an accommodation for me, I will never be thought of as a good person when I do make accommodations for you.” I absolutely love the way she explains Autism so that we can understand it. So, if you are teaching, caring, or know of a child or adult who has been classified on the Autism Spectrum, please read her post, “Autism, Accommodation and Differential Expectations.” Her point of view is enlightening and very helpful.

Autism, Accommodation and Differential Expectations


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This entry was posted on April 11, 2016 by in Adult Autism, bullying, Caring for students, Judy Endow, Special Ed teachers, Special Education and tagged , .


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