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By Jennifer Lingle, M.Ed. Don’t give instructions in the form of questions. This can be a hard habit to break. Now that it has come to your attention, you may notice how often you do this. You will find yourself asking, “Can you sit down and...

By Jennifer Lingle, M.Ed Children with autism often become overwhelmed when they receive too many choices, but they can also become frustrated when they don’t receive any choices. When planning an activity, a meal, or an outing give your child two choices. Do you want to...

By Jennifer Lingle, M.Ed. I am not sure if you listened to my teleseminar about the holidays yet, which  discussed, “How to get through your winter break without a breakdown.”  It is very important to respect your child’s need for routine and structure, even during his...

By:  Jennifer Lingle, M.Ed. What can you do today to let your students’ parents know you care? At some point today (or during this week), let the parents or caregivers of your students know that you recognize their challenges, and then tell them that they are doing...