Book name:

First Principles, John B. Taylor, Norton, 2012.

Course Requirements: A critical review of First Principles is required.It should be typed, double spaced, and 6 pages.

what are a few concerns that families of students with asd have about their child being able to successfully transition into a post secondary educational environment

Please answer the question:

What are a few concerns that families of students with ASD have about their child being able to successfully transition into a post-secondary educational environment?

Please respond to student discussion. Do not include the question in the response:

(ALLY) For students and families with ASD the transition to postsecondary education can be overwhelming. One of the main concerns of family members is the possibility of students moving aware from home. This shift can be hard for parents as they have been the primary caregiver for their child for the past 18-21 years. They may no longer living at home and students now have more responsibility for themselves. Students are now advocating for their own needs and ensuring that they have the appropriate accommodations and modifications to be successful in a postsecondary environment. For many families and students to change in environment brings many new considerations. Wehman, Smith, and Schall state “The more informed students are about the changes in responsibility and the demands of college, however, the smoother the transition will be from secondary to post secondary education” (Wehman et. Al, 2012, pg.192). Starting early transition planning and preparing students and families for these changes will lead to grater success. Through a person centered plan transition teams can ensure that they are identifying any deficits students may have and begin goals setting and instruction to help build skills to promote success in a college setting. Students and families will need to work on building independence through self management and determination preparing students for the new responsibilities placed on them when they begin their post secondary education.


Wehman, P., Smith, M. D., & Schall, C. (2012). Autism and the transition to adulthood success beyond the classroom. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Pub.

2. (LORETTE) There is a lot to be considered when transitioning from high school into a post-secondary educational environment. Changes in services provided along with the major change in routine can concern and cause stress for families and students with autism spectrum disorders. According to Post Secondary Transition (n.d.) the students IEP will not transfer into post-secondary education environments. Students with autism will continue to be covered under ADA (Americans with disabilities act) as well as 504 plans(Post Secondary Transition n.d.). Accommodations will still need to be provided but progress and success are looked at in a different light. Along with this, families and students must understand that they need to request the accommodations and let schools know that the student has autism and be prepared to share some accommodations that may be necessary for the child to access their education (Post Secondary Transition n.d.). Planning ahead and having a variety of options when it is time to transition will ensure success for the student and their families.

According to Wheman, Datlow & Shall (2009), another concern families may encounter would be their child being away from them and their support system to attend school. Families and caregivers are aware of triggers, needs, and the skills that students have. They understand challenges with transition and how to accommodate for these for their child. This school experience will be different and will not have the same level of supports that were provided in the past. Students with autism continue to have rights for supports, however, parents don’t have a say in what is provided. They can make recommendations and guide their child in sharing what they need to be successful but it will not be the same level of support that the student and the family are used to receiving. A solid team and transition plan to work on goals to support post-secondary education opportunities will be necessary.


Post Secondary Transition (n.d.) Retrieved from

Wehman, P., Datlow Smith, M., and Schall, C. (2009). Autism & the transition to adulthood: Success beyond the classroom. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing. ISBN-13: 9781557669582

Read chapter 4 in Life Journey through Autism: A Guide to Transition to Adulthood, by Danya International, Organization for Autism Research, and Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center.

Read the Postsecondary Education and Employment in the Community sections of “Autism Spectrum Disorders and the Transition to Adulthood,” located on the Virginia Department of Education website.


I post the lab 11 requirement here, and it is related to lab 10, if you need me to upload lab 10 for you, just do it.


Your job: Answer the following questions:

· What is native advertising?

· What is the separation of church and state as described in the video?

· Does new media consumption add to the need for native advertising? Why or why not?

· Should native advertising be regulated by the government? If you think yes, suggest how it might happen. If you think no, explain why not?

· Is native advertising to adults ethical?

· Is native advertising to protected groups (children, seniors, handicapped) ethical?

· If you owned a media company and your rivals generated revenue from native advertising, would you use it?

Please follow the instructions:

Write in paragraph format (NOT Q&A format) and limit your response to 1.75 to 2 pages, double-spaced using Times New Roman font size 12 with your name on the first line of the document followed by your essay response (no big headings). Please print your response to this essay.


answer the following questions .

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this is an essay , please read the instructions carefully before writing.

download the zipped file for the information and PLEASE when you finish upload in a ZIP or RAR file otherwise I will not take it.

Thank you

reading an article and write a response

Please read the following article:

then write a 300-600 word personal response comment and opinion about how this article relates to information in Chapters 9-12 and your personal opinion/reactions to the article.

You must provide a minimum of 3 textbook references (both chapter and page number) within your response.


This is two separate short journal entries. No title page, references, citations are necessary. Attached are the unit study guides.

Instructions – Journal Unit 5

Which school of thought presented in this unit would you prefer to use to understand the issues of a hypothetical client, and why? You may provide a sample client/personality if it helps you to exemplify your reasons for choosing one theory over another, or you may wish to examine “Mrs. X” using more than one of the theories presented.

Your journal entry must be at least 200 words. No references or citations are necessary.

InstructionsJournal Unit 7

I Which school of Yoga is the most appealing to you, and why? Recall that each may have implications for specific aspects of personality as outlined in your textbook. If you wish, you may compare/contrast this with another therapeutic paradigm as we often find it beneficial to explore a problem from multiple angles.

Your journal entry must be at least 200 words. No references or citations are necessary.

community nursing survey

A. Windshield Survey

The Windshield Survey is comprised of general qualitative observations that give you a snapshot of the community that you can capture as you drive/walk through the community. The demographic data can be obtained online, through the public library, county or township administration buildings. Please address the following in a narrative format following APA guidelines:

1.Geographical description

ï‚· Boundaries, geographical, political, or economic, how is it seen.

ï‚· Housing a zoning

ï‚· Sign of decay

2. Health Resources

a. Type of services available: health department, private MD, dentist, hospital clinic,

b. pharmacy, health promotion, mental health

c. School and occupational health services

d. Official and voluntary services

e. Self help and support groups

f. Service organizations, faith-based programs

g. Stores (grocery, retail, drug, dry cleaning, etc.

h. Transportation

3. Citizen safety and protective services

a. Police and fire

b. Shelters for victims of abuse

c. Others: neighborhood watch etc.

4. Services provided by senior citizens senior centers, meals on wheels, transportation, day care, long term care.

a. Parks and recreational areas

5. Community welfare services beyond city/state aid as provisions for emergency food, shelter, and clothing.

APA format in the required Arial 12 font .

A minimum of 1000 words.

answers within 350 400 words 3

Theme Comparison

Throughout this semester, the coursework has been organized and studied through the framework of Themes. Studying artwork by themes allows us to see the connections of many cultures throughout time.

  1. Choose TWO themes that you have previously studied, and compare them- make sure to provide some connections between them, if applicable.
  2. As usual, provide at least one image PER theme!