"We are dedicated to improving the quality of life for people affected by autism."
~Jennifer Lingle, M.Ed. Founder and President

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Hi! If you are a parent of a child with autism, and are feeling overwhelmed, lost, and in need of help when it comes to raising your child, you have come to the right place. Autism Educates is passionate about supporting families and children affected by autism. Our mission is to help you CONNECT with your child, help others ACCEPT and understand autism, and for you and your child to THRIVEWelcome to today, the day when life starts to get easier.

Jennifer Lingle, M.Ed.
Founder and President of Autism Educates

How Autism Educates Can Help You

Get Support

Jennifer Lingle and her team provide educational services for children with autism, and offer parent support via phone consultations, online video technology, and in-home sessions. Services focus on sensory, behavior, communication, social skills, and academic challenges.
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Autism Community

Receive free autism support by joining our incredible online community. You will also get access to our private Facebook group, exclusive q&a calls, & autism video trainings. Learn practical tips to help your child with behavior difficulties, social skills, sensory challenges, and communication.
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Products & Programs

These great products and do-it-yourself online programs are designed to help you help your child. Life gets overwhelming and you need an autism product designed for you to complete at your own pace. Your child with autism will love the social skills workbooks and fun visual tools.
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Helpful Blog Posts

Read free autism articles that cover everyday topics such as bathroom skills, picky eating, making and keeping friends, sensory meltdowns, and getting family on the same page. You can now access these practical autism tips and strategies to make life easier for you and those you love.
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