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    Question Teaching autistic adult?

    I used to teach some kids with autism who were very young in a tutoring session type job and someone with autism asked me to give him some lessons possibly. Do any of you have tips for teaching a young autistic adult?? Things I should be mindful of? The person I might be teaching also has dyspraxia. Any tips for how to teach someone with both autism and dyspraxia???
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    Just wanted to know also from you guys with experience in handling autism - will online learning be helpful for them? Mind sharing some tips or websites that are informative. TIA

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