There are thousands of resources out there talking about autism. From medical doctors to mommy bloggers, there is an overabundance of opinions and advice out there. But finding someone you can trust to provide the right information that is RIGHT for you, your family and your particular situation can be very overwhelming.
I feel your pain. I’ve been there.
Autism Aspirations is a practical resource providing insights and information from someone who lives the experience. But, most of all, I created Autism Aspirations to INSPIRE and MOTIVATE you to not only survive living with autism but to actually THRIVE because of it.
Jennifer Krumins B.A.Hons B. Ed. M.Ed.
I am a mother of a son with autism son and a 25+ year veteran educator. The other credentials I bring to those I help include:
Special Education Specialist training at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario and the Geneva Centre for Autism in Toronto, Ontario
Extensive experience working in a private therapy program for my son under the guidance and direction of the Behavior Institute in Hamilton, Ontario
Earned a Masters of Education Degree in Human Development and Applied Psychology at The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto
Simply put, I liked your book, Been There. Done That. because it was to the point, positive and practical. You didn’t dwell on what students with ASD can’t do, you focused on how to work to overcome the challenges of autism and how to bring out the gifts to produce happy and productive people.
Kelli Pace, Autism Ontario North Bay and Area Chapter
Autism Resources To Help You
Whether you are an educator, parent, grandparent or just someone who has been touched by autism, these resources can help you navigate the world of autism with competence and confidence.