November 2019: Holidays/Travel Tips
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No Greater Joy

Yes, holidays can be challenging for people with autism, but those same sensitivities can also highlight what is most important

Research Review
Improving Executive Function

OAR-funded researchers tested a school-based executive function intervention for high school students. These were the results.

How To

Resources to Help Make Your Holidays Happy

From traveling to celebrating, these resources can help ease holiday stress and increase the joy.

Resource Spotlight

If Technology Is On Your Gift List, Read This

Two tech experts offer their recommendations for buying technology as a gift and provide three products to consider.

OAR News
Audio Versions of Sex Ed. Guide Available

The Sex Ed. for Self-Advocates guide can now be accessed via audio on the website or as a podcast. 

Next OAR Webinar Features Unstuck and On Target Curriculum

The free webinar will describe the Unstuck and On Target executive function intervention

Your Contributions Enable Better Lives

We at OAR are thankful for your contributions to support the resources we provide.

Atten-Hut! An Updated Military Guide Is on Its Way

The revised Guide for Military Families will be available at the end of November. 

OAR's Graduate Grant Competition Is Open

Graduate students are invited to submit research proposals for independent research related to autism treatment and support.

Community News
Availability of Sensory-Inclusive Spaces Expands

NFL franchises are creating sensory-inclusive spaces for fans with autism and other developmental disabilities.  
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