Join our Autism Educates online community so that you can receive instant access to FREE q&a calls, past recordings, weekly tips and strategies, and videos to help improve the quality of life for those affected by autism.
Who We Are
The Autism Educates Community
is a network of parents, caregivers, and professionals who believe in the power of working together to make a difference in the lives of those affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Autism Educates was founded as a response to a growing need for better communication between families and educators.
We are a valuable resource and support system that provides the Autism Community with innovative strategies, the latest information in research and education, new perspectives, and ongoing support.
By Becoming a Member of our FREE Online Community,
You Will Have Access to:
Q&A calls with Jennifer Lingle, M.Ed. and other autism professionals to answer any questions that arise.
Video and audio trainings such as Overcoming Sensory Challenges with Dr. Temple Grandin.
Weekly tips and practical strategies delivered to your inbox to support you with everyday challenges.
Helpful articles written by autism professionals focusing on how to handle various challenges that come up in your life.
Private Facebook Group for our Autism Educates Community so you can speak with likeminded parents and teachers.
Free eBooks, including Visual Tools for Homes and Schools, to make life easier for you and your child.
Join our Autism Educates online community so that you can receive instant access to FREE Q&A calls, past recordings, weekly tips and strategies, and videos to help improve the quality of life for those affected by autism.
Our hope is to bridge the gap between homes and schools by strengthening the ties between parents and teachers. Families and professionals will learn how to better support each other, effectively communicate with one another, and create strategies and activities to ensure children’s success. Autism Educates is dedicated to providing a service that enhances the quality of life for children, families, and professionals in the autism community. To achieve this goal, we prioritize the principles of collaboration and respect, along with our focus on innovation and community support.