Autism Light: Special Learning

 


Special Learning, Inc. is a company offering ABA resources and other support for parents, providers, and educators of children with autism. Special Learning was founded in 2010 by Karen Chung and Michelle LaMarche. They are based in Chicago, Illinois, but their services are primarily through online resources. Special Learning is an Autism Light because they are helping to improve the life and learning of children with autism.

The Special Learning website can be found at www.special-learning.com.  Their website summarizes their work as being “The comprehensive autism solutions company.”  The Source).”

Special Learning states that they, “have the most expansive and user friendly library of autism, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy and education information available online.” The Special Learning website includes resources that are sorted by three main target audiences–parents, providers, and educators of children with autism.

Special Learning has a goal to make their resources accessible to the autism community. Some potentially helpful resources (especially related to ABA) are for sale in their Store, and other general resources and videos on their web portal are in a Resource Center that one can appreciate for free.

Social Media: You can follow Special Learning at these social media areas.
Special thanks to Special Learning for being a light where people who work with those impacted by autism can find access to resources. The web portal makes the resources accessible around the world 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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Photo: The logo in this post is used with the permission of Special Learning
 

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Autism Light is an upbeat but real blog that takes readers on a journey that recognizes diverse heroes in and for the autism community.
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Autism Light is an upbeat but real blog that takes readers on a journey that recognizes diverse heroes in and for the autism community.

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