- low tech
- highly interactive
- adaptive to all age groups
- single or double classroom options
• low tech
• highly interactive
• adaptive to all age groups
• single or double classroom options
SCOUTS & CLUBS
MENTORs & CAREGIVERS
My son asked to be a part of the presentation. I was so proud of how he did!
...by far best presentation about autism I have ever had in the classroom
There was an immediate shift in the classroom dynamics. [My son's] classmates were kinder and more inclusive after the presentation.
We invited the special ed teacher to attend. The whole team gained a better understanding of who [our daughter] was and how to help her.
My child came home and was able to explain what autism was to the whole family.
I will teach your child's class about autism as a difference.
- adapt the message to your child's strengths and differences
RESERVE A PRESENTATION
Telling my son's class he had autism was very emotional for me. I was worried about how his classmates would treat him if I gave him a label. I came to the realization that the students already noticed he was different. Presenting to the class gave me the ability to control the label they gave him. Once his peers understood more about his autism, they were better able to accommodate his differences.
Knowing how difficult it was to talk about my son's autism to his classmates, I started helping other parents by presenting on behalf of their children. It is one of my favorite things to do.
- up-beat and interactive presentation
- accommodating instead of stereotyping or prejudging
- defining autism as a difference
- per parent request: specific strengths, differences, and accommodations of their child explained
- snack included (needed for presentation)
- take home parent letter
* add travel costs for onsite presentation destinations more than 50 min away from Seattle eastside
Skype session options and/or Teacher Kits available