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Making a Difference For Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders in Ontario Schools: From Evidence to Action

Ministry of Education & Ministry of Children and Youth Service Autism Spectrum Disorders Reference Group Country Resources Autism Spectrum Disorder disability Ontario 31 December 2007 Report autonomy, Social Inclusion

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The Ministers’ Autism Spectrum Disorders Reference Group is pleased to present Making a Difference for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders in Ontario Schools: From Evidence to Action, which provides a concise overview of the discussions held by the Reference Group, and its final recommendations regarding province-wide implementation of practices to support students with Autism Spectrum Disorders.

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