In April, we celebrate those with Autism Spectrum Disorder!
As we carry on through this month, we would like to share our support and acceptance as a community.
Here are some resources on how you can receive support for students that have Autism as we are moving away from distance learning and transitioning back to in school learning, as well as support for at home learning!
Transitioning Back to School: Strategies to Support Students with Autism
- https://padlet.com/SELPACAPTAIN/a8koaq55ly7m72rs (English)
- https://padlet.com/SELPACAPTAIN/fi0rpf81ldrdhxiv (Spanish)
Resources To Support School Closures/Distance Learning For Students With Autism
- https://padlet.com/SELPACAPTAIN/xr3r3q3szpyf (English)
- https://padlet.com/SELPACAPTAIN/c4ibcglc414h (Spanish)
“We need to learn to accept and celebrate our differences. And we need to continue our research in Autism Spectrum Disorder in order to understand how we can best lend a helping hand.” — Alan Rosales: Scientists
“Our experiences are all unique. Regardless, I do believe that it is important to find the beautiful. Recognize that there is bad, there is ugly, there is disrespect, there is ignorance, and there are meltdowns. Those things are inevitable. But there is also good” — Erin McKinney