Helping Students with Autism Adjust When School Re-Opens

by Coleen Vanderbeek, Psy. D., LPC, Director of Autism Services, Effective School Solutions

Students and teachers across the United States are finishing up the 2019–20 academic year via remote instruction after a demanding and anxiety-provoking four months under quarantine. The combination of fear, cabin-fever, social isolation, and “Zoom Fatigue” has left all…

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Reinventing K-12 Mental Health Care. Effective School Solution partners with school districts to help develop K-12 whole-school mental health programs.

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