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Pamela Quarterman

Pamela Quarterman, is a speech-language pathologist and veteran educator of children with autism and learning differences. Pamela was an educator, therapist, and the Executive Director of Oak Hill Academy, a special needs private school in Dallas, TX, for thirty years. Pamela is now the creator and Executive Director of the Segue Center in Dallas, TX, a program providing academic, career, and social support for young adults with autism, learning differences, and/or social anxiety.

What You Need to Know About the Benefits of Taking Gap Year With Autism

What You Need to Know About the Benefits of Taking Gap Year With Autism https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/taking-gap-year-with-autism/

As a parent, it’s natural to approach life’s tasks in familiar sequences. We hold our toddlers’ hands during those wobbly first steps, stand close by during ventures onto the playground, sit in the bleachers watching our children run on the soccer field, then wave goodbye when they run the local 10K. We walk our children […]

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