The Autism Immersed Podcast

S2Ep7 - Autism Immersed Podcast: Preventing Summer Slide

July 15, 2020

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From the blog:

"Students on the autism spectrum thrive on routine. For nine months out of the year, these students follow a predictable schedule. They are told when to get up, when to get dressed, when to get in the car or on the bus. Once at school, students have a fairly set schedule, without many questions as to what their days will look like. Sure, Tuesdays may be different from Monday due to a different Special class, or maybe there is an assembly, but besides those small changes, their days are fairly the same. Summertime often comes with a more relaxed schedule, which lends itself to less predictability. Summer is a time when parents often see behaviors that had all but disappeared rear their heads again. Courtney Soraghan and Sabrina Hoyleman talk with on on how to prevent this Summer Slide."



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