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February 05th 2013:Exploring the Influence of Your Child's Environment

This week on Autism Spectrum Radio we explore an area of support to individuals with autism that could be easy to overlook...their surroundings. With so many philosophies and approaches to autism treatment and care, it can be challenging to know what elements in your environment may play a role in your overall success. This week, host Rob Haupt brings an expert in the field of Sensory Design to break down the benefits of her work and to give our listeners specific recommendations that may make a difference in their home. Be sure to catch this episode of Autism Spectrum Radio, Tuesday, Februar

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Lauren S. Henry

Lauren S. Henry is a Sensory Designer, Color Consultant, Author and Speaker as well as the President/Founder of With a Brush of Love, a company that “transforms lives of children diagnosed with autism and special needs through their surroundings.” This is accomplished by focusing on sensory elements such as color, lighting, spatial organization, texture, sound and scent, elements that surround us every day. She has been a guest designer on HGTV’s “kidspace” and ABC’s “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.” Clients also include Children’s National Medical Center and St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. She was awarded the Customer Service “Rave Reviews Award” as one of The Top Ten Best Service Oriented
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