Adults and Older Teens

Moving into Adulthood with RDI®

Autism: A New Perspective
Autism: A New Perspective
Moving into Adulthood with RDI®







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RDI® can help all families, and your child can benefit from starting RDI® at any age, but the program is designed to promote growth, learning, development, and the ability to have relationships and perform necessary life skills, and, eventually, independence in adulthood. Your child can benefit from RDI® into their teen years and into young adulthood, if they are not yet ready for adulthood.

RDI® and High School

Autism: A New Perspective
Autism: A New Perspective
RDI® and High School







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In this episode of Autism: A New Perspective, Kat Lee talks with special guest Dr. Sarah Wayland, an RDI® Certified Consultant and parenting coach, about raising autistic teens, RDI® and navigating high school on the spectrum.

Teens, Adults and the RDI® Program

Autism: A New Perspective
Autism: A New Perspective
Teens, Adults and the RDI® Program







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When you have someone older the parents are often very tired, because they’ve been trying so many things. It’s very difficult for them to dream again.

Teens, Adults & Autism

Autism: A New Perspective
Autism: A New Perspective
Teens, Adults & Autism







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As children with autism grow up and inch closer to adulthood, there are sometimes lingering concerns–What if we didn’t do enough? What if we went in the wrong direction? What if independence isn’t possible?–but growth is possible into adulthood.

Transitioning to Adulthood: Part 2

Autism: A New Perspective
Autism: A New Perspective
Transitioning to Adulthood: Part 2







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With RDI® all of the simple and everyday experiences we enjoy with our children become huge in terms of their growth.

Transitioning into Adulthood: Part 1

Autism: A New Perspective
Autism: A New Perspective
Transitioning into Adulthood: Part 1







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Do you have dreams for your child with autism? Dr. Rachelle Sheely talks about how we should never limit the dreams we have for our kids, autism or not, and how to help put them on a path to independence from a young age.

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