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Referral to ASD District Coaching Team

Forms for teacher referrals for ASD District Coaching Team assistance can be found in the "EC and Support Staff" Shared Google Drive as well as the "EC Instructional Staff - Documents" folder in the OneDrive.


These Apps are Free and can be useful for parents:


Symbol-IT - You record yourself talking and it populates the symbols. It comes in PCS (Boardmaker), LAMP, and Unity (sequenced and one hit)... this would be perfect for kiddos who need additional visual support.





Unity Language


Social emotional:

ABA emotions


Going places 


My life skills box 





Inference ace




See touch learn 


ABA planet Lite

ASD Resources

Seeing Other People Wearing Masks

Autism Specific Resources for Families

Supporting Individuals With Autism Through Uncertain Times

UNC Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute Autism Team publication "Supporting Individuals with Autism through Uncertain Times"


10 Facts about Autism Spectrum Disorder:
  1. ASD affects about 1 in 68 in the United States, with more children identified than ever before. 
  2. ASD is about 4 times more likely in boys than girls 
  3. ASD affects children of all racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic groups.
  4. ASD is a spectrum disorder, which means that every child with ASD has different skills, challenges, and need.
  5. While do not know all of the causes of ASD, we have learned that there are likely many contributing factors, including genes, early brain development, and the environment.
  6. ASD can be reliably diagnosed by age 2, but children may be diagnosed at earlier ages.
  7. Early identification of ASD helps children get the services they need.
  8. There is no “cure” for ASD, but there are several interventions that can help children learn important skills that improve everyday life.
  9. Typically, the earlier children are diagnosed and receive services, the better their outcomes are.
  10. Children with ASD can learn and succeed in the classroom and beyond. Like every child, with the help of their families, providers, doctors, specialists, and communities, kids with ASD can thrive