Providing Positive Reinforcement for Autistic Students

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Practical and easy-to-follow advice for providing positive behavioral reinforcement to students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Written by noted ASD researcher and expert Dr. Janine Stichter, this resource includes an overview of reinforcement concepts, a breakdown of the levels of reinforcement, and more than 10 hands-on tips for providing positive reinforcement in classroom and one-on-one settings.
If you're struggling to find ways to give positive reinforcement, or just need some fresh tips and suggestions, this resource is an excellent way to foster and reinforce positive classroom behavior with students who have ASD.

iSocial research-based autism resources


This resource was developed and provided by iSocial, the University of Missouri, and the Thompson Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders. The 32 lessons developed as part of this research-based collaboration have proven efficacy in helping children with autism develop socialization skills. Seven years of research and studies in 60 schools show that significant improvements can be made. For more information on how you can help children with autism and support school requirements, please visit the iSocial website.​

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