Oh boy, this is embarrassing. It looks like the page or resource you were looking for can not be located right now. We're sorry for the frustration. Take a look at some of the options below, maybe they'll lead you to where you want to go.
What we eat can have a positive or negative effect on our mood and overall health. Parents and caregivers of children with intellectual and developmental disabilities, such as autism, may need to pay close attention to the child’s diet since some research suggests a link between food and autism symptoms.
We live in an age of abbreviations. You may have seen a PCM to discuss a learner’s DD or ASD diagnosis. They may have suggested ABA to assist in strengthening their VB by using DTT, PRT, or NET. You could almost LOL but shrug it off because YOLO and would hate to admit that you have no idea what they are referring to.