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We’re halfway through the school semester and our students have been having a great time taking part in our clubs. We have over 20 clubs this semester! Each student can select the clubs they would like to participate in, and based on seniority and availability, their schedule is determined. Clubs are a great way for our students to practice their social skills while learning and having fun.
What better way to get an insider’s view of the Pieceful Solutions Academy & Elementary experience than to see what parents think? We’ve had some incredible feedback and want to share it with you. Also, if your student is currently enrolled at PS Academy or PS Elementary, please share your story! It makes a difference.
School started and students have been so excited for the new year! For example, the clubs are a just one of the few ways students get involved, make friends, learn to do something new, work on their social skills, all while having fun!
Researchers are constantly looking for answers. What exactly is autism? What causes it? Most importantly, can it be "cured" or reversed?
The findings are becoming more clear – researchers are creating a link between defects in chromosomes and autism. They've found that 7% of those with autism are missing a piece of their chromosome 16. This chromosome is known as 16p11.2 deletion syndrome, which often leads to neurodevelopmental disability and language skills impairment.
The latest research released by the CDC shows that autism rates have been climbing over the last few years. The report is published every two years by the Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring Network, a CDC-funded tracking system that assesses more than 300,000 8-year-old children for the disorder. Here’s what they found…
We are currently hiring and Elementary Academic Teacher for our Mesa Campus! Check out the description and apply.
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There are several different disorders on the autism spectrum. These are called ASD’s – autism spectrum disorders. There is much confusion in terminology these days. Many people have a hard time understanding what the symptom differences are between the disorders. Here is a starter guide to understanding the spectrum – which disorders are classified as being on the spectrum, as well as some conditions that have similar symptoms as ASD’s, but do not fall on the spectrum.
As a parent of a child with autism or other exceptionalities, you’re probably asking yourself: what happens after high school graduation? Before we get into that, did you know... There are 50,000 individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) that turn 18 each year in the United States. Because there are still a lot of questions left unanswered about the causes of the condition, research has been primarily focused on the earlier years of children’s development versus adulthood. However, a recent study tracked young adults with autism over their first six years after high school. Here’s what the results found for youth with ASD...
We are currently hiring for the following positions: Secondary Math Teacher (Gilbert Campus), Secondary Art Teacher (Gilbert Campus), Secondary English Teacher (Gilbert Campus), Elementary Academic Teacher (Mesa Campus)