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Mitzi Beth Curtis is an autism resource specialist in Minnesota and serves as an adjunct instructor for Hamline Universitys autism certificate program. She has worked in special education, supported employment, and residential programs for individuals with disabilities since 1978. Her youngest sister, Maria, sent her on this journey with her birth in 1963.
Have since this work with more significant needs children. I recommend.Published 6 months ago by melimm
This has been a helpful scale. It is currently being used by an art teacher for a student (relative of ours) who acts out only in art class. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Barbara Jay
This is a must-have resource for teaching self-regulation and communication for children. This concept is much like that 5-point scale the doctor uses to rate your pain, but this... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Michelle Shafer
really great description of the 5-point scale. Lots of examples and descriptions of how to use it. I use it frequently.Published 24 months ago by J. Adams
My grand daughter is autistic and I thought this scale would be helpful in communicating with her.
I used it a few times with her before I have it to my children to use.
Love this scale! Nice to have a tangible and visual tool to have on hand for any situation to bring my son back to being grounded or prevent a meltdown! Read morePublished on February 10, 2013 by Krissy V
I was impressed with the ideas and examples given in this book. The trouble with my ASD son (diagnosed late and already having developed a distrust of adulst) is that he is not all... Read morePublished on January 26, 2013 by whatsallthis
I absolutely recommend this for many types of social skill or behavioral deficits. I have used it for everything from learning to deal with anxiety to learning appropriate voice... Read morePublished on December 27, 2012 by Misty