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Evaluating the Ability of Learners with Autism to Work in Small Groups

Learners with autism do well with one on one instruction, and this is widely known.  However, the provision of one-to-one instruction on a long-term basis is not efficient or realistic. Funding streams, particularly in adulthood, do not support this level of staffing.  Furthermore, the ability to follow instructions delivered to a group is essential to successful integration in school, vocational and community settings.

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