Autism software is approved for use in Canadian district

05/19/2010 | Hamilton Spectator (Ontario), The

The Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic school district in Ontario, Canada, plans to implement software to improve the teaching of students who have autism -- who number about 200 this year from about 120 in 2003. The Web-based AutismPro program offers training for teachers in strategies and methods for teaching students with the disorder, and it will be used beginning next school year in all of the district's elementary and high schools. A pilot in 15 schools showed that the program helped students with other special needs.

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