Understanding Brothers and Sisters on the Autism Spectrum Trailer

Understanding Brothers and Sisters on the Autism Spectrum Trailer (2007)

01 July 2007

This video is designed to help brothers and sisters understand and support siblings on the autism spectrum. It contains three segments for children of different age ranges (4-7, 7-12, and 12 to adult.) It also includes a fourth segment designed for parents. The program features interviews with children who share the "best practices" they've learned to use with siblings.

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