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Autism Spectum Disorder

For the purpose to provide information parallel to the special education (exceptional education) services within most educational institutions, Autism is a developemental disorder which symptoms commonly appear within the first three years of life. It's formal diagnostic name is Autism Spectrum Disorder, with the word "spectrum" indicating that autism appears in different forms with varying levels of severity. 

Children with Autism often have difficulty with




 and leisure activities...

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How can we help?

As our professionals here at iSKILLS, LLC have over 20 years of experience in special education service delivery and leadership, we have developed an in-depth understanding of Autism.


It is our belief that through a series of inovative and information presentations, we have the power to assist students, parents, and school-based personell...

- understand the 5 Major Types of Autism

- discover current statistics regarding Autism and education

- learn ways to overcome potential obstacles in learning

- gain a clear picture of student performance

- utilize strategies/interventions designed to assist

                   Our Presentation...

Education Series 101 - Autism: - A Better Understanding of Education, Eligibility, and Teaching Methods


This informative presentation is designed to help individuals gain a better understanding of Autism, provides a clear understanding of local/state eligibility requirements, and suggests methods of instruction for classroom teachers. 


Our goal is simply to provide an informative, yet entertaining presentation, that prepares each parent and school-based professional to address the academic, behavioral, social, and/or emotional needs of children. 

To speak to an iSKILLS, LLC represenative to book this presentation, simply contact us at 

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Autism is diagnosed in about 1 in every 44 children and can have a profound impact on individuals and families.


People with Autism Spectrum Disorders are just as smart (and sometimes smarter)

than their peers but have difficulty with social skills and learning in conventional school settings.

Understanding more about ASD can help you better understand our children who are living with it.

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