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Being autistic or other neurodiversity can feel
like you are in a whirlwind.
It can affect every aspect of life:

• Parenting, Siblings, Spouse/Partner, Extended
    Family, Friends and Coworkers

• Behavior Challenges, Coping Skills, Sensory
    Issues

• School, Work, Community Access

• Self-Concept, Mental Health and Spirituality

• Parenting, Family & Social Relationships

• Communication, Behavior, Coping Skills

• Sensory Issues, School, Work, Emotional Well Being

At Autism 360 Support, we provide solutions that
are focused on the whole person and your whole life.

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You’ll get help for your child and
family with:

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Is Your Partner
Autistic?

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Does Your Child Have:

• Mental Retardation

Look Here for Answers and
Guidance.

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Are You Autistic ?

Get Support So You Can Thrive and
Embrace Your Assets

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Slide 1

Being autistic or other neurodiversity can feel
like you are in a whirlwind.
It can affect every aspect of life:

• Parenting, Siblings, Spouse/Partner, Extended Family, Friends and Coworkers

• Behavior Challenges, Coping Skills, Sensory
    Issues

• School, Work, Community Access

• Self-Concept, Mental Health and Spirituality

At Autism 360 Support, we provide solutions that are focused on the whole person and your whole life.

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You’ll get help for your child and
family with:

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Is Your Partner
Autistic?

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Does Your Child Have:

• Mental Retardation

Look Here for Answers and
Guidance.

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Are You Autistic ?

Get Support So You Can
Thrive and Embrace Your
Assets

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What We Do At Autism 360 Support

We offer coaching for parents of autistic/neurodiverse children, neurodivergent adults and couples.

Our philosophy embraces the differences between all of us. This means that though our brains are “wired” differently, it does not necessarily mean that these differences are abnormal.

We all have strengths and weaknesses. The more we embrace those, the more successful we are in life.

So, we strive to understand your particular challenges. We help you by getting to know you as a whole, unique person.

By addressing just one problem in isolation, such as a behavior or social issue, it can be harder to make progress. Sometimes the problem stops, but then new and different problems can develop.

With our whole person approach, we typically see more generalized and lasting progress. We don’t just help you to stop a problem, we also help you learn new and healthier ways to improve your whole life and that of your family.

How Our Coaching Program Can Help

Are you stressed and overwhelmed? Are you confused as to where to turn and to figure out what are the best options for yourself, or to help your child and your family?

Our coaching sessions are personalized for what is going on with you, and for what you need.

There is no boiler plate program here. We will get to know you – what your challenges are and your strengths and weaknesses.

It could be one coaching session to ask some specific questions.

It can be periodic coaching where you can check in when problems come up and for emotional support.

Or we can have regular virtual sessions where we take you step-by-step through implementing individualized strategies; problem solving and troubleshooting along the way.

Are you needing help and direction for yourself? Are you having difficulty with your child(ren)? Is there stress in your marriage due to a family member or partner on the autism spectrum (or related issues). Start with our free 15-minute introductory phone call. Contact us – we’d love to meet you.

Ellen “Jen” Slaton, LCSW, BCBA
Founder

Watch Our Introductory Videos

Father hugging and comforting sad and tearful son

I don’t know where to turn. I need someone to talk to that can help me make positive changes.

Father hugging and comforting sad and tearful son

I need help with my child’s behavior and social/emotional development.

Mother is stressed and overwhelmed as her son and daughter argue and fight
There is so much stress in my family. I am overwhelmed.
I need help!

Pensive woman who has autism spectrum disorder

I am Autistic (Asperger’s) and I want a better life.

Smiling girl with Down syndrome

My child has Down syndrome. I need help with her behavior and emotional difficulties.

Upset boy with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) yelling with his arms in the air

My child has ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder).  His behavior is so frustrating and I need help!

Angry couple, one partner is diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder

My partner is autistic. I need help learning how to live with him (her).

Testimonials

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Jen always offered encouragement, and her advice grounded me through many struggles. Now, I am much more confident that I know what to do, how to advocate for my daughter, and how to be selective about who works with her. I cannot say enough to recommend Jen. I really don't know where we would be without her today as she was integral in helping us in so many ways.

Mother of an autistic daughter

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Jen is such an Angel. She helped us sort it all out. She was so patient and knowledgeable. She took the time to make sure all my questions were answered, and I calmed down quite a bit. I felt enlightened, and I understood the path forward. Jen gave us direction and hope that my children can learn, that their behavior can improve, and that they can lead happy lives. After talking with her, I felt totally relieved, inspired, and see my children are such blessings. I can highly recommend her to any family, especially that have children with autism.

Mother of 2 young autistic sons

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Jen is a prayer that came true. When I met her, I knew I found someone who understood my daughter and what we both needed. She was great with my daughter too, and she would talk to Jen more than anyone else. I don’t know where we would be without her help and guidance. I can highly recommend her to anyone dealing with autism in their family.

Parent of a young autistic/Asperger’s daughter

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We are so grateful that Jen came to work with our family. Our son has Down syndrome, and he also has traits of autism. During our weekly sessions with Jen, she taught us how to respond to our son’s behaviors and how to support him in his growth and development. When we followed her advice, his tantrums gradually decreased, and he stopped hitting his siblings. He still gets mad when he doesn’t get his way, but he just pouts for a few minutes and then it’s over. We highly recommend Jen to help families who have special needs children. She made such a positive difference in ours and our son’s life.

Parents of a boy with Down syndrome

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I thought I might have autism after my son was diagnosed. I had been to see other therapists, but I never felt understood, or really got the help I needed. Jen did think I was on the autism spectrum. She was so understanding. She didn’t push me to just go out and do things. She helped me to understand what caused my stress and anxiety, and then to take very small steps toward one goal at a time. I feel much more at peace with myself and I’m very open with other people too. I’m proud of who I am. My whole life has changed. I am so glad I had Jen to help me. Don’t hesitate to meet with her. It’ll probably change your life too.

Autistic adult

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My son was driving us crazy. He was always getting into trouble. He wouldn’t listen to us, and talked back all the time. We met with Jen and she helped us to understand our son. We learned to be more patient with him and how to advocate for him at school. We used rewards at home and school, instead of yelling and punishing him. It really worked! He is a happy kid now! Jen was so great to work with. She made such a difference for my son and our whole family. We highly recommend her. Don’t wait for things to get worse and worse. The sooner you get help the better!

Father of boy with intellectual disability and attention
deficit hyperactivity disorder

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Ellen “Jen” Slaton is extremely knowledgeable, insightful and connects well with her clients. She is our “autism expert” and has been a resource for clients and staff alike. She provides a unique, holistic approach, not only focusing on changing behavior, but on understanding the emotional needs of people on the spectrum and other special needs, and their loved ones. Without hesitation, I can highly recommend her to parents, individuals on the autism spectrum and with other special needs.

Julio Guerra, Ph.D.
Clinical Director, Associated Therapists, Inc.

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Ellen “Jen” Slaton is excellent general psychotherapist with adults, children and families, she is one of the very best I have ever known in her primary specialty areas. These include autism, Down syndrome and attention deficit disorder. I can think of no one else who could do a better job of providing the type of online assistance she is providing.

Kenneth Kingsbury
Administrator, Associated Therapists, Inc.

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Jen was insightful and knowledgeable in consulting with us, and was able to pinpoint specific activities and strategies. Our events that include children with autism have run very smoothly. The children have enjoyed our program and their parents have been very complimentary. I would highly recommend Jen, she is a "spectrum expert" and would be an asset to any parent or individual seeking coaching from her.

Christine Tempesta
President, KiddieCorp, Inc.

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Jen is my colleague, but was first my supervisor when I was an in-home parent consultant. She has been a fantastic supervisor and mentor. She was most focused on supporting families, and is expert at combining her knowledge of autism, ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) and her psychotherapy skills. She has a depth of understanding of the complexities of having a child with special needs, and how it affects everyone in the family. I often referred clients to Jen, and she became my go-to person for families needing more support than ABA services provided. I can confidently say that I highly recommend Jen!

Becky Wiens
MFT, BCBA

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