Discover what’s possible when the learning environment is set up for growth and success.
Sasha Long is a former special education teacher, a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, and the Founder and President of The Autism Helper, a company that shares resources and strategies online for parents and teachers of children with autism.
As a professional with experience on both sides of collaborative efforts, Sasha brings us some ideas on how to improve communication between teachers and specialists. We also discuss her leadership style as a business owner, some of the common challenges faced by teachers, and the importance of empowering paraprofessionals in the classroom.
For more information about Sasha Long and her work, please visit: The Autism Helper.
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