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  1. Thank you! Sorry I meant my local pediatrician works with referrals and has an attached office that offers ABA services. My daughter's school has a behavioral analyst on staff and is the person training general education teachers ABA techniques. I see a lot of controversy around Aba online from autistic adults who said they didn't benefit from the experience. I also see famous autistic adults like temple grandin say it's useful if customized to the patient. So I'm just trying to better understand how ABA can help all students. Your answer has helped me understand.
  2. I forgot to add this wonderful author: https://ifonlybooks.com/free-resources She just put out a new free resource: Can You See Me? Literacy Discussions Workbook It tells a narrative from a child's perspective of dyslexia and experiencing issues with communication, learning at home and at school, and special education.
  3. Hi! I'm a 2e gifted and dyslexic adult. I have two kids who are 5, and 3. Showing signs of both. I just found out this year my parenting was "multisensory". I have to say... I'm biased. The best IEP source is: https://adayinourshoes.com/ The generally best resources for gifted parent/ teachers will be: https://deborahruf.medium.com/ruf-estimates-of-levels-of-giftedness-7213a77089e9 https://www.nagc.org/ https://www.sengifted.org/ https://www.rfwp.com/gifted-resources/ https://www.hoagiesgifted.org/ https://www.stephanietolan.com/nonfiction.htm Gifted adults: https://www.positivedisintegration.com/ https://www.gro-gifted.org/ Dyslexic parent/teacher resources: https://dyslexiaida.org/ https://www.readingrockets.org/article/dyslexia-basics https://www.nessy.com/en-us https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/training/paths/dyslexia-training/ https://www.twinkl.com/ https://www.succeedwithdyslexia.org/ https://www.tes.com/ Dyslexic adult resources: https://www.madebydyslexia.org/ https://doitprofiler.com/resources/ Science of Reading resources: https://www.thereadingleague.org/what-is-the-science-of-reading/defining-guide-ebook/ https://sarahsnippets.com/the-science-of-reading/ https://features.apmreports.org/sold-a-story/ https://www.discoverliteracydg.com/classroom-resources/ https://www.coxcampus.org/resources/ Learning Disability resources: https://ldaamerica.org/types-of-learning-disabilities/ Neurodiversity resources: https://neurodiversity2.blogspot.com/p/what.html Please feel free to add to this list!
  4. I have a question about ABA and dyslexia. Is ABA ever considered for Dyslexic students? Or is something like dysgraphia better suited for occupational therapy? Also do you see a benefit of ABA offered in school or by a pediatrician?
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