Spectrum Strategies

Spectrum Strategies helps create a level playing field for those with Asperger’s and other learning challenges, providing the support and tools necessary to build a solid foundation for a successful and fulfilling future.

Life & career coaching svcs. Spectrum Strategies focuses on training young adults on the Autism Spectrum and helping them accomplish their life and career goals. Children and young adults on the Spectrum Strategies, we believe that through determination and commitment, every client has the ability to successfully accomplish his or her goals.

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Making visits to the dentist easier for people with autism spectrum disorder - Harvard Health 06/30/2021

Making visits to the dentist easier for people with autism spectrum disorder - Harvard Health

https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/making-visits-to-the-dentist-easier-for-people-with-autism-spectrum-disorder-202106292513

Making visits to the dentist easier for people with autism spectrum disorder - Harvard Health Proper dental care is essential for all children, including learning how to brush and going for regular dental visits. But for children with autism spectrum disorder, the sensory aspects of ...

[04/04/21]   It’s Autism Awareness Month. Catch me on WABC 77 Talk Radio each weekday evening and early morning on Life and Career Coaching.

Spectrum Strategies updated their phone number. 01/27/2021

Spectrum Strategies updated their phone number.

Spectrum Strategies updated their phone number.

[01/27/21]   When you have a neurotypical child, you feel reasonably assured that class participation and decent study habits will result in good grades. These kids have close friends. They get invited to participate in social things like dances and weekend gatherings. They make the teams, auditions organizations and clubs.
But when you have a child with certain differences, this is often not the case. Learning may take longer, both academically and socially. Despite their tremendous efforts, results are often a fraction of their peers and social acceptance is fleeting, setting them up for painful comparisons and bitter frustration. Instead of a fun and fulfilling experience, school can become a breeding ground for depression and anxiety, and assignments a battle ground at home. It is exhausting for parent and child alike.
This is the week of SPED (Special Education), Autism, Dyslexia, and ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) awareness.
For all the children who struggle every day to succeed in a world that does not recognize their gifts and talents, and for those who are walking beside them, please let this be a gentle reminder to be kind and accepting of ALL people.
Recognize that the "playing field" is not always a level surface.
Children who learn differently are not weird. They are merely gifted in ways that our society does not value enough. Yet they want what everyone else wants: To be accepted!!
If you choose, please copy and paste this in honor of all children who are deemed "different". Our world would be far less beautiful without them.
❤️🧡💛💚💙💜🤍

Spectrum Strategies updated their address. 01/27/2021

Spectrum Strategies updated their address.

Spectrum Strategies updated their address.

Spectrum Strategies updated their phone number. 01/27/2021

Spectrum Strategies updated their phone number.

Spectrum Strategies updated their phone number.

[10/26/20]   Carrie Cariello and her son, Jack, touch my heart...

https://carriecariello.com/2020/

spectrumroadmap.com 05/23/2020

Strategies for Life Zoom Group | Spectrum Strategies

https://spectrumroadmap.com/blog/strategies-for-life-zoom-group/

spectrumroadmap.com Thursday evenings: 5:45pm – 7:00pm One of the highlights of my practice has always been a group that I run called Strategies for Life. It is a chance for my clients to get together, connect with each other, share ideas, … Continue reading

spectrumroadmap.com 05/19/2020

Coping With Staying At Home | Spectrum Strategies

My client, Isaac Boorstin, wrote this post.

https://spectrumroadmap.com/blog/coping-with-staying-at-home/

spectrumroadmap.com Like everyone else on the Spectrum I have struggled to find employment. What seemed difficult before the COVID-19 outbreak seems all but impossible now. But I have still refused to give up the search. I am still working with Debra … Continue reading

spectrumroadmap.com 05/12/2020

Keep Focusing On Your Goals | Spectrum Strategies

https://spectrumroadmap.com/blog/keep-focusing-on-your-goals/

spectrumroadmap.com As everyone knows these are difficult times for just about everyone. We are all feeling the strain from social distancing and isolation. The economy is suffering and opportunities are less. Yet, I am here to tell you that it is … Continue reading

spectrumnews.org 01/22/2020

What’s the connection between autism and sleep? | Spectrum | Autism Research News

A great video to explain the connection between autism and sleep.
https://bit.ly/2Goro6F

spectrumnews.org For many people with autism, a good night’s sleep is an elusive thing.

nytimes.com 10/31/2019

Using Technology to Close the Autism Job Gap

https://nyti.ms/2BWlLu6
Great Article.
"Adults on the autism spectrum often have difficulty finding employment. Entrepreneurs and advocates are working to fix that by pairing companies with a pool of candidates."

nytimes.com Adults on the autism spectrum often have difficulty finding employment. Entrepreneurs and advocates are working to fix that by pairing companies with a pool of candidates.

spectrumroadmap.com 10/22/2019

What’s the Role of a Life Coach? | Spectrum Strategies

https://spectrumroadmap.com/blog/whats-the-role-of-a-life-coach/

spectrumroadmap.com When your toilet breaks, you call a plumber. When you don’t feel well, you call a doctor. When you want help overcoming life’s obstacles, you call a life coach. The Role of a Life Coach Unfortunately, life doesn’t come with … Continue reading

spectrumnews.org 10/14/2019

Autistic girls’ brains show distinct anatomical features

Great Article! Click here to read more....
https://bit.ly/2mn3iCx

spectrumnews.org Autistic girls's nerve fiber tracts appear more fragmented than those of typical girls’. Autistic boys’ brains, meanwhile, look like those of typical boys.

spectrumnews.org 10/02/2019

Therapy improves speech in autistic children with language delay

https://bit.ly/2lMP6lO

spectrumnews.org A therapy called pivotal response treatment may boost the communication skills of autistic children with language delay better than do standard therapies.

spectrumroadmap.com 08/29/2019

Practical Ways to Improve Your Time Management Skills

Are you making the most of your 24 hours?

spectrumroadmap.com “Where’d the day go?”

spectrumroadmap.com 08/25/2019

6 Realistic Alternatives to a Four Year College

While college is certainly a great option, it’s far from the only one.

spectrumroadmap.com College isn’t for everyone.

nytimes.com 08/22/2019

Rolling Out the Welcome Mat for Travelers With Autism

Who else believes autism training should be required in all service industries? 🙋

nytimes.com A growing number of theme parks, hotels and special attractions are introducing autism training and sensory guides.

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142 Mineola Avenue, Suite 3B
Roslyn Heights, NY
11577

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Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
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Roslyn Heights, 11577

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