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Back to school tips and resources

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The end of summer always brings new routines and changes, but this year, back to school will look especially different for most families in the U.S. In this edition of E-Speaks, you’ll find useful resources from respected clinicians, advocacy tips from a parent on the spectrum and timely advice to help ease some of the stress you may be feeling during these uncertain times and help make your family’s transition into the new school year a little less complicated.

What’s on your mind for back to school?
Click on your concern below for resources.

Managing masks and social distancing at school

Choosing online vs. in-person learning

How to support my child’s learning needs in e-school

What we should be doing to get ready for school

Something else?

Back to school lessons in self-advocacy as an autistic parent

Ask the experts: How do we prepare for back to school?

Exploring the “airplane oxygen mask approach” when it comes to advocating for your child. Anne Nagel, Ph.D. explains that if you want to be a good advocate for your child, you need to first be a good advocate for yourself.

 


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