Ten Things Your Student With Autism Wishes You Knew: Part II

Welcome to Part II of my blog series entitled “Ten things Your Student With Autism Wishes You Knew”. In Part I, we first discussed five key insights to educate and minister to teens on the spectrum. Part II, we will explore five more concepts that will help you serve in […]

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Ten Things Your Student With Autism Wishes You Knew: Part I

There’s a book given to me when I first started working with teens on the Autism Spectrum: Ten Things Your Student With Autism Wishes You Knew by Ellen Notbohm. The old college student in me thought, “Yay…a book…for me to read…since I love reading so much…Not!” Little did I know […]

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Practical Tips: Ministering to Teens on the Autism Spectrum

It’s Sunday night; you know what that means? Life Night! You walk into the youth room and hear Matt Maher singing, “Lord I Need You” and walk through the game plan for the night with the rest of the Core Team. It’s a little different than usual, and you like […]

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From My Perspective: Understanding ASD

We’ve all noticed teens losing eye contact because of social media influencers and technology. For the past few years, I have been looking at what’s happening around me in the pews at Mass, and at Edge and Life Nights with new eyes. I see with eyes of a someone passionate […]

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