Middle school welcomes students with autism

Mass. middle school welcomes students with autism

Mass. middle school welcomes students with autism
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Teachers and staff at Belmonte Middle School in Saugus, Mass., created a transition program for incoming students with autism spectrum disorder. The program, which began in July, emphasizes color-coded "zones of regulation" to help students identify their emotions, and features activities that teach self-regulation and coping skills.

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