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Special Education DVDs Offered by Penn State Media Sales

Children and Autism: Time is Brain

Price reflects Classroom/Instructional Performance Rights, Autism, Special EducationThis documentary features two families faced with the daunting challenge of raising a child with autism. Includes family therapists, and a board certified behavior analyst with more than 25 years of experience designing learning environments for people with autism and developmental disabilities. Discussions include identifying the signs and symptoms of autism, and ABA or Applied Behavior Analysis recognized by the Surgeon General. Produced by Marie Hornbein and Patty Satalia as a Take Note Live production of Penn State Public Broadcasting. © 2004

Wild Dream Team / Lifelink / Manual Combo

Receive both the Wild Dream Team and Lifelinks. 60 minute program follows 10 mentally challenged high school students for one school year as they realize their wildest dream: to live in their own apartment while still in school. Hear from the students in their own words as well as from their teachers. Lifelinks: 25 minute instuctional video details the process of how the Wild Dream Team students, parents, and teachers changed the school curriculum and funded Lifelink: A Transition Lab so the students could learn life skills in a real apartment. Includes manual that has steps for creating your own program

Children and Autism: Time is Brain

Home Use only No public performance or classroom rights. This documentary features two families faced with the daunting challenge of raising a child with autism. Includes family therapists, and a board certified behavior analyst with more than 25 years of experience designing learning environments for people with autism and developmental disabilities. Discussions include identifying the signs and symptoms of autism, and ABA or Applied Behavior Analysis recognized by the Surgeon General. Produced by Marie Hornbein and Patty Satalia as a Take Note Live production of Penn State Public Broadcasting. © 2004 Does not include Classroom/Instructional Performance Rights, if Classroom/Instructional rights are needed please see stock # 0408. Autism, Special Education This documentary features two families faced with the daunting challenge of raising a child with autism. Includes family therapists, and a board certified behavior analyst with more than 25 years of experience designing learning environments for people with autism and developmental disabilities. Discussions include identifying the signs and symptoms of autism, and ABA or Applied Behavior Analysis recognized by the Surgeon General. Produced by Marie Hornbein and Patty Satalia Take Note Live is a production of Penn State Public Broadcasting. © 2004 Does not include Classroom/Instructional Performance Rights, if Classroom/Instrucitional rights are needed please see stock # 0408.

Lifelink PSU - Road to Independence

This production traces the individual stories of eight special needs students participating in this project, their difficulties, their triumphs, and their personal growth as they work toward independence. Special Education Road to Independence Special Education, Autism

The Wild Dream Team

60 minute program follows 10 mentally challenged high school students for one school year as they realize their wildest dream: to live in their own apartment while still in school. Hear from the students in their own words as well as from their teachers. Also see Lifelink.

Understanding Autism: Childhood to Adulthood

One in 150 children is diagnosed with autism. What can we do to increase awareness and break down the stigmas associated with autism? How can we help children living with autism reach their potential? Host Patty Satalia and panelists Chloe Silverman, assistant professor of Science Technology and Society and Women's Studies at Penn State; Matthew Belmonte, assistant professor in the Department of Human Development at Cornell University; Joy Weigand, child and family therapist with Keystone Service Systems; and Joey Gans, a Penn State student living with an autism diagnosis discuss the subjective experience of autism.

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