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How to Make the Back-to-School Transition Easier as an Autistic Student

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Starting a new school year is a big transition even at the best of times, especially for those of us on the autism spectrum.

This year, it will be especially intense for a lot of students who have spent more or less the last year and a half learning at home.

Now, intense doesn’t mean bad, it just reflects how much will be different and new. At school, there’s a lot of sensory stuff that can’t be controlled as well as at home, new teachers and classes with new expectations, other students with their own personalities and quirks to get used to, maybe a whole new school — which means figuring out where the bathroom is — and of course getting back into the routine of school nights and homework and everything else that goes with schooling at any

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