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~Jennifer Lingle, M.Ed. Founder and President

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Hi, I am Jennifer Lingle and I am passionate about supporting families and children affected by autism. Please join our Autism Educates Community! Parents often tell me that they are feeling overwhelmed, lost, and in need of help when it comes to raising their child with autism. Autism Educates was designed specifically with you in mind. My mission is to help you CONNECT with your child, help others ACCEPT and understand autism, and for you and your child to THRIVE together! Welcome to today, the day when life starts to get easier.


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

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Jennifer Lingle, M.Ed., provides in-home educational services to children and teens with autism in Asheville, North Carolina, and offers parents and teachers, all over the world, online and telephone support. She presents at trainings and workshops on various autism topics.
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