Twelve students help children with autism

  • 12 students, under Dr. Nicole DeClouette, volunteered and taught at Queensmill School in London.
  • The schools serves approximately 100 students with autism with over 40 cultures enrolled.
  • According to DeClouette, some students will switch over to become special education majors after the trip and their experiences at the school.

Quote from Jessica Chaloult: “It exposed me to teachers who understand autism and believe that it does not limit people,” Chaloult said. “I got to see many different interventions effectively implemented at Queensmill, and it helped me to understand that people with autism are just people, and they can do anything that someone without autism can do. They just need to learn the best way to manage their different behaviors and needs.”

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