Transition Strategies to Stop Meltdowns in Autism Units and with ANY student!

Transition Strategies to Stop Meltdowns

Transition Strategies to Stop Meltdowns

Are you working with students who have Autism? Students with transition issues? Or just students period. Lots of different types of kids can struggle with having to transition from activity to activity. It is a very unstructured process that isn’t good for everyone. What can you do? Try these transitions strategies to stop meltdown when it’s time to move on.

Transition Strategies to Stop Meltdowns in Autism Units and with ANY student!

6 great tips on increasing parent engagement in your Autism Unit PLUS a FREE Editable Newsletter Template!

Parent Engagement in Autism Units

Parent Engagement in Autism Units

As teachers in self contained classes or Autism Units, we are tasked with being care takes, educators, advocates, surrogates, and darn near family for each student we work with. Sometimes we can start to forget that fostering a friendly relationship with parents is also part of the job. Parent engagement in Autism units is important. So how can you do those little things that help parents feel involved, help you grow a stronger relationship, and provide moms and dads with a full experience as the parent of a school-aged kid.

 Increasing Parent Engagement in YOUR Autism Unit