autism spectrum disorder in relation to education

Students will write a 3,000 word paper reflecting Wendy Lawson’s statement (2001) about autism spectrum disorder in relation to education.This essay should be double-spaced and written in APA style. See the following website for assistance with this: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/Please attach the rubric for the essay (available on this course’s Bb9 website) to the back of the essay.Cover sheets duly completed with your name and student ID, the name of the lecturer/tutor, the subject number, and title and the date/session of submission should be attached. Cover sheets are available from a stand at the School reception area and online on the course’s Bb9 site.The essay should be submitted in hard copy as well as through Turnitin on the course’s Bb9 website.The essay is due in week 5. The key requirement is to directly answer the questions. All material must be relevant to the question. Support statements by reference to the current academic literature.“School can be very stressful for both child and parent. Every person is an individual and no one system suits all persons. Being totally against the ideas of exclusion and separation from the hub of societal life does not automatically equate to total inclusion from a mainstream school perspective. Some individuals, due to their particular needs, will always need full-time support and attention. Therefore, ideally, the education system needs to be both adaptable and considerate of individual needs. It should also be noted that even special schools may be geared towards neuro-typical development of individuals with special needs and may not be ASD-aware or ASD-prepared!” (Lawson 2001, p. 112)Based on the statement, describe what challenges are encountered when implementing inclusive programs for students with ASD, and how these challenges can be met through evidence-based practice. Also, state and describe your position regarding an inclusive approach to education. You must provide references from the current literature for the factual information you cite about evidence-based practice and to support the position you take on the issue.