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Autism is a developmental disability, generally evident before age three, that adversely affects a student's educational performance and significantly affects developmental rates and sequences, verbal and non-verbal communication and social interaction and participation. Other characteristics often associated with autism are unusual responses to sensory experiences, engagement in repetitive activities and stereotypical movements and resistance to environmental change or change in daily routines. Students with autism vary widely in their abilities and behavior.
The Autism Self-Contained Program is an adapted curriculum that serves students with intellectual functioning ranging between an upper limit of approximately 59 and below.
The Autism Support Program is a general curriculum program that services students with intellectual functioning ranging between an upper limit of approximately 60-80.
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