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Welcoming Children with Autism Back to School

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Trumpet can help transition kids with autism back to school

As parents, we make careers out of worrying. We especially fret about sending our kids with autism back to school. Will their teacher understand them? How will the other kids treat them? Are we putting them in the best environment?

These fears are natural. Why? Because our kids are unique, each one possessing nuanced needs that can be difficult to interpret. It takes great skill and patience to welcome a child with autism back to school.

Planning ahead helps combat worry. When the big first day of school comes, we can trust in all our preparations, but most importantly, we can trust in our strong and capable kids.

Three tips for sending students with autism back to school

Contact us for more tips on transitioning your child with autism back to school.

Written by Joshua Sleeper, MBA, BCBA

Joshua Sleeper, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Trumpet Behavioral Health, started in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) over 20 years ago. In college, he began working as a part-time therapist for a school district in California. There, he...

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