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Happy holidays to you and yours.  I hope that you are taking this time to totally disconnect from work.  I know it can be challenging to separate yourself from your precious students, especially when you eat, breathe, and sleep autism.  However, do your best to...

In honor of my 3-day tour (I will be presenting in Georgia and South Carolina on Autism and Sensory Environments) this week, I am providing you with a tip to assist your child with sensory overwhelm this Thanksgiving (if you celebrate it). Be aware of how...

By Jennifer Lingle, M.Ed. It is very important to respect your child’s need for routine and structure, even during his winter break.  A vacation for you may include relaxing without a plan, but even if your child doesn’t have school or therapy (which is probably relaxing...