Uniquely Human approach examines each individual
A new approach to teaching students with Autism, called the Uniquely Human perspective, is looking to get away from treating Autism as a checklist of deficits—e.g. difficulties interacting with others, sensory challenges, and repetitive behavior—and therapies that focus on eliminating those symptoms.
Instead, Uniquely Human seeks to learn more about the individual and why the behavior might
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