As we know, one of the most difficult times for a child with autism is the start of the school year. New classrooms, teachers, peers, rules — it can be overwhelming. Any variation in routine has the potential to create confusion and stress. This can often be managed through educating ourselves and careful planning.
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Many of us had to unexpectedly change from direct in-home Early Intervention services to consultative services via phone or video conferencing. Here is a quick episode discussing some of the ideas and realities that may come with this change in service delivery.
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