In this issue of Supporting the Play Development of Young Children with Special Needs, of the ABA Educator Teaching Series, we discuss how play may be used to help children with special needs, such as those with autism, to develop essential skills to help them survive despite the impairments they have. Topics on Play of Children with Special Needs, Support Interventions That Promote Play, Play in the Mainstream Environment and Play of Children Diagnosed with Autism are discussed. The SL Educator Teaching Series is a collection of e-books written for educators, parents, practitioners and other individuals involved in the care and education of children with Autism or other developmental disabilities. Benefits: Well-researched and written specifically for those individuals involved in educating individuals with special needs Provide practical advice and examples that can be applied immediately by the readers within the classroom setting and beyond Easily accessible in various formats, including on iBooks, Kindle and in PDF Downloadable format

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