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What careers are out there that work with autistic and down syndrome children?

I am a junior in college and my major is Special Education. I want to teach special education, but I was thinking about continuing my education and getting a masters in Psychology. My dream job would be working with autistic or down syndrome children in the hospital atmosphere. Do you know of any other careers other than Special Education? Thanks =)

Asked By: Ashley L - 5/19/2009
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Still within special education is "gifted" teacher. In my experience many of the "gifted" children have a form of autism called Asperger Syndrome, which is what makes them "gifted" in certain areas and lacking in others such as socialization and people skills... More
Answered By: tushanna_m - 5/19/2009
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