Autism Pros And Cons

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Lindsay Vander Wile’s article The Pros and Cons of Inclusion for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: What Constitutes the Least Restrictive Environment?, she talks about the benefits of including kids with Autism in regular classrooms. She notes, “Research has demonstrated that inclusion is often effective for intervention implementation because children with disabilities were given the opportunity to practice functional skills, such as following daily routines and appropriately interacting with peers, numerous times a day in authentic settings.” (Vander Wile). This quote shows it’s beneficial kids with Autism to be in a normal classroom because, it puts them in authentic settings that they will experience later in life whether at school,

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