Parent Resources to Help Students with ASD Thrive During Remote Learning
By Michelle Beers
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Do you have a student who is now a full time or part time remote learner? We know parents and caregivers of students with ASD need resources to help create an environment that helps prepare kids to learn, cope and thrive in this new environment. The ICSPS through Illinois State University created this comprehensive resource that provides caregivers across the nation with specific support and strategies to help your family through remote learning during this time.
Parents have one-stop access in this Remote Learning PDF to help students function in a remote environment.
It provides 21 pages of schedules and routines, remote social skills, behavior supports, communication support and more. Don’t overwhelm yourself! You can download it and start with one or two strategies and keep it on hand to build up those skills throughout the school year. Remote education is a challenge for many but supporting your child’s overall well-being and development during remote learning is now very accessible.