Jamie E. Carter, Ph.D.
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4 Simple Steps to Help Your Child PREP for Social Success

4 Simple Steps to Help Your Child PREP for Social Success

We have been working with families of children with autism for many years.  A common concern among parents is their child’s difficulty with social interaction. This leads to problems at home, school, and in the community.  We saw a need for an easy-to-remember method parents could use to help their children improve social functioning.  We […]

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5 Easy Ways To Help Improve Executive Functioning

Easy Ways to Improve Executive Functioning

Rick walks into his classroom, and he is angry.  He throws his backpack across the classroom while yelling that he is going to “mess up” Jeremy because Jeremy played his music too loudly on the bus.  His classmates look at him with fear in their eyes, and Twyla asks her teacher if Rick is going […]

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5 Simple Ways to Help Your Child with ASD Cope with Crowded Events

5 Simple Ways to Help Your Child with ASD Cope with Crowded Events

Welcome back to Social Skills Corner. For the July issue, we are going to describe ways you can help your child manage crowded events in general and July 4th celebrations, specifically.  We will begin with an example of what can occur if you and your family try to attend large events without adequate preparation. Mary […]

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5 Things You Need to Know About Social Skills

5 Things You Need to Know About Social Skills

Welcome to Social Skills Corner.  We have been working with families for many years.  Parents frequently express concerns about their children not having friends or not knowing how to interact with other people either individually or in groups.  We want you to be able to help your child to make friends and improve social interactions […]

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