The importance of schedules when your child has autism

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The importance of schedules when your child has autism

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It's pretty important to stay on schedule when you have a child with Autism, just because they rely so much on regularity and scheduling. It gives them a sense of security to know what's coming next. It's something that helps them. It's also something that you can work with through your ABA, your behavioralist who develops strategy to move beyond that because you can't live completely on schedule, but it is something that helps provide some security for children.

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Stephanie Rotondi

Mom & Autism Advocate

Stephanie Rotondi is the program coordinator for Generation Rescue, an organization dedicated to autism treatment and recovery. As a mother to an autistic son, Max age six, she has a deep understanding of how research, treatment and support can benefit families living with autism. 

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