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Become An Empowered Parent

We understand the urgency and importance of early intervention in your child's developmental journey. As a concerned parent, you've taken the first step towards unlocking your child's potential. Autism Jumpstart is here to give you the tools necessary to take charge of your child's future.

Meet Carrie Woodward, the Board Certified Behavior Analyst behind Autism Jumpstart, dedicated to helping parents become empowered. You no longer need to helplessly wait for your child to make it off of the waitlists.

In the journey of parenting a child with autism, waiting is not an option. Every moment counts, and every delay is a missed opportunity

Connection Through Play

Your child will begin to learn more naturally when they begin to connect more with others.

When children tune into their social environment, they pick up the learning that is happening there.

YOU can learn to play in ways that will improve your child's social motivation and enhance learning.

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Open Doors to Communication

The road to communication can be windy and full of bumps.

Take charge by learning how to shift the way you engage with your child to promote their language!

As you help to guide your child down this road, you'll see frustration melt away and confidence grow.

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Family Harmony Achieved

Enhancing social connection and language development doesn't just benefit your child – it transforms your entire family dynamic.

Picture a home filled with understanding, where tantrums and aggression become a thing of the past.

By empowering parents with the tools to nurture their child's communication and social skills, we will guide your family toward a future filled with harmony and joy.

Learning Lifelines: Insights from the Blog

7 Proven Methods to Help Your Autistic Child Begin Talking

Jul 1, 2024

7 Proven Methods to Help Your Autistic Child Begin Talking

Learn effective methods to help your autistic child start talking, including imitation games, visual aids, simplified language, creating opportunities for communication, using songs and music, positive reinforcement, and seeking professional guidance from Autism Jumpstart.

Jun 26, 2024

9 Effective Techniques to Help Your Autistic Child Eat

Feeding an autistic child can be challenging, but with routine, visual supports, patience, and professional guidance, you can make mealtime a positive experience for your child. Check out Autism Jumpstart's expert tips and resources for more help.

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