Faced with limited budgets and special-education staff that are stretched thin, many districts are turning to technology products that can help teach educators about the needs of children with autism, while also providing activities to help students with autism develop important skills.


Because of the high cost of face-to-face training, Ontario’s Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board was only able to train a small portion of its staff to support students with autism. Seeking to reach the rest of its staff and make them aware of the teaching methods and therapies used with students with ASD, the district purchased

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