Your child is about to start school. It is exciting, but it can also be scary. Sending any child to school for the first time is hard for any parent, sending a child with special needs to school, especially one that has a difficult time communicating can be even scarier.
Did you know a study published in the Journal of Autism Research and Treatment found that only about 9 percent of teachers had formal training on how to teach children with Autism.
That means it us up to you to make sure your teacher knows how to help your child. Fortunately, there are things that you can do to make the transition easier for you and your child. In this book, I give you my best 10 tips for creating a safe and positive experience for your child at school.
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“I have 3 ASD kids, and Jessica is someone who not only understands autism; she is passionate about helping kids with autism, and especially their parents. Her expertise and insight has helped so many families.”
Chele Taylor Brandon