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May 24th 2013:Autism…now what? Living a Quality Life –Part 2

Part 1 of our discussion about autism addressed some of the feelings, concerns, and decisions that families experience when faced with a diagnosis. In Part 2, Patty Smith talks with Lisa Stewart about the importance of a team approach in every aspect of living with ASD. The key is to choose a path that matches the needs of the person with ASD, and the needs of the family. Whether you are a parent, professional, family member, friend, or neighbor you have the ability to positively impact the life of someone with ASD.

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Patricia Smith

Patricia Smith is a wife and mother of four children. In December 1994 her second child, Ryan, was diagnosed with Autism at age 3 ½. His diagnosis led to 19 years of training and discovery to help Ryan and eventually other people with ASD improve their quality of life. Patricia has been employed with Brevard County Schools in Central Florida since 2001. In 2004, she became a Certified Associate Behavior Analyst serving eleven schools. In 2006 she enrolled in the Alternative Certification Program to work as an Exceptional Education Teacher. She has worked with elementary and secondary students in school and home programs. In 2011, Patricia also served as a camp director with the Center
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