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Characteristics of autism include engagement in repetitive activities a serious emotional disturbance desire for change in daily routines Codependency
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User: Characteristics of autism include engagement in repetitive activities a serious emotional disturbance desire for change in daily routines Codependency

Weegy: True .
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User: Children and youths with autism are frequently described as being a nuisance around strangers. forming attachments to people. extremely sensitive to others. having difficulty relating to others.

Weegy: extremely sensitive to others
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User: Drew is a student with autism who is having great difficulty with transitions at home and school. One method that research has shown to be effective in helping Drew with transitions is nothing. Drew will get used to the transition. structured verbal and visual cues. unstructured verbal and visual cues. auditory stimulation.

Weegy: Drew will get used to the transition
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User: The ultimate goal in educational programming for students with autism is to eliminate the disability. prepare the student for community living in the least restrictive environment. prepare the student for supported living. prepare the student for post-secondary education.

Weegy: prepare the student for post-secondary education.
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Characteristics of autism include engagement in repetitive activities.
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Children and youths with autism are frequently described as having difficulty relating to others.
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Children with autism usually having problem in communications usually has lack of eye contact, may not speak at all and may prefer to be alone.
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children with autism have difficulty in social interaction and communication and they have fixation on things and usually repeats their behavior.
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