With summer ending and the school year approaching, it can be stressful for any student, especially those with autism. Not only do many autistic students struggle to communicate and advocate for themselves, but they rely on routine and structure. Because of this reliance, the transition to school at the end of the summer can present challenges for families and students.
In speaking with parents, researching for our clients and through years of experience in the field, we’ve compiled a list of tips to help prepare your student for school. These tips are meant to provide ideas on how to help ease the stress and anxiety for both you and your student as they take the critical step of beginning another school year.
These simple, yet effective tips will help the transition to school go a little smoother for you, your child and their school.
Have other ideas? Please feel free to share them with us on social media or by contacting us at 234-802-2067 and [email protected].