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John Asher: Director of the New Movie Po!

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Po is a new film from director John Asher, centering on the rocky relationship between a father and his autistic son. This remarkable film has the distinction of having a large number of Autism Dads among its cast and crew, including Burt Bacharach, who scored the film. For more information on Po visit: https://www.facebook.com/ThemoviePo/

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Christina Adams: The Benefits of Camel Milk

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Autism Jargon: Autoimmune Disorder

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Autism Jargon: Errorless Learning

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The Jargon of the Day is Errorless Learning. Errorless learning is a techniques used at the very beginning of teaching a new skill. It helps a student begin a learning process without failing.

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Autism Jargon: Three Term Contingency

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The Jargon of the Day is Three Term Contingency. The three term contingency is basically the ABC’s of behavior. Every behavior has an antecedent, or something that occurs before the behavior, then there is the behavior and after the behavior there is always a consequence.

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