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Asperger`s Syndrome Inclusive Practice

Inclusive Setting

Children with Asperger’s Syndrome need an inclusive setting and one-on-one sessions at the same time. This can help students with their Social Development on an individual basis. The social-cognitive skills, affective-emotional development are improved through the setting. This has been confirmed by many researchers,  (Brodin & Lindstrand 2007 and Bond & Castagna, 2006).