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BERTOLDI, Franciele Stolf  and  BRZOZOWSKI, Fabíola Stolf. The role of Psychopedagogy in the inclusion and learning of the autistic person. Rev. psicopedag. [online]. 2020, vol.37, n.114, pp. 341-352. ISSN 0103-8486.

Autistic is a person who recognize autism as an inherent part of an individual's identity, generally diagnosed with autistic Spectrum Disorder, a disability that refers to a series of conditions characterized by some degree of impairment in social behavior. There are different kinds of treatment, ranging from the medicine use to multiprofessional team care. In this last case, the psychopedagogue should be part of this team, mediating the relationships between school, students and therapeutic team. In this paper we argue that the learning of the autistic person is related to areas of interest of the individual and need to follow four points: (1) material adaptation; (2) individualized attention; (3) adaptation of the contents within the individual's axes of interest; and (4) know the student deeply.

Keywords : Autism Spectrum Disorder; Learning; Mainstreaming [Education]; Medicalization.

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