Back to School Tips & Resources for Autism Families



Getting your autistic child ready for school? Check out these back to school tips and resources for autism families

The transition back to school can be difficult for many autistic kids. School anxiety might be at play. And then there's issues regarding transitions like changes in routines, a new classroom, a new teacher...

Then toss in a fire drill here and a field trip there and you can see how overwhelming the back to school season can be.

It's my hope that the back to school tips and autism resources found here will help you and your child rock the upcoming school year. From the preparation stage to the advocacy and IEP stage, you'll find social stories, tips, and printables to help you tackle every stage of your child's school journey.

Getting your autistic child ready for school? Then check out these back to school autism tips and resources!

Back to School Tips & Resources Related to Advocacy & IEPs

Not only is the return back to school stressful for many kids, it's also stressful for many parents. Simply put, the return to school means IEP meetings and advocating for your child's needs.

In this section, you'll find tips to help you advocate like a boss. Plus a couple of handy printable handouts to make sure your child's needs are being met in the classroom.

Back to School Social Stories & Scripts

Are you preparing your autistic child for kindergarten or a new school? Well, getting your autistic child ready for school doesn't need be difficult or scary. Below you'll find a variety of back to school social stories to help your child handle whatever comes their way, from navigating the playground to school closures.

Visual School Schedules for Kids

These free printable visual schedules for school are a great way to make sure your kids stay on track before and after school. Simply print, laminate, and keep them handy!

Back to School Tips & Resources for Hyperlexic Kids

Do you have a child with hyperlexia? Then these resources are specifically for you! They'll help your hyperlexic kids make it through school lunches and help your child's teacher get better acquainted with hyperlexia itself.

Back to School Activities

Looking for back to school activities? Well, these ideas are perfect for those first few weeks back at school! Or use them to get your kids excited about heading back to school.

Distance Learning? No Problem!

If schools are still closed and you're preparing your autistic child to return to the virtual classroom, then these resources might be helpful.


Getting your autistic child ready for school? Then check out these back to school autism tips and resources for parents!

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