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Randi Rentz

    Randi Rentz

    Randi Rentz is an autism consultant who has worked in the suburbs of Philadelphia, PA since 1993. Randi has presented at The National Autism Conference at Penn State University in August 2007. She has been published in The Autism File, Summer 2008, profiled in the “Educator Spotlight” section in the Philadelphia Inquirer, appeared on PBS NewsHour and featured in Main Line Today Magazine, “Doing Good.” In addition, Randi has appeared on several news segments within the Philadelphia area. In 2014, Randi was named as a “Woman of Note” by The Wall Street Journal for her work in autism.

    How Much Practical Time Should Your Child with ASD Spend on the Screen?

    How Much Practical Time Should Your Child with ASD Spend on the Screen? http://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/practical-time-can-asd-spend-on-screen

    Do you know how much time your child spends on the screen playing video games? Do you know which kinds of games are detrimental or valuable to young minds? These are very challenging questions for parents, especially for parents of children with autism. There is no question that videogames, some apps and online activities can […]

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