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Autism coaches help children and adults with autism improve their social and communication skills in addition to a variety of other skills. The high-functioning adults and children who are served by autism coaches are often on the spectrum, but there is an increased awareness that adults who have been diagnosed as adults and children who have been diagnosed later in life can also benefit from the services of an autism coach.

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An autism coach is a person who helps children with autism with the everyday tasks of living and motivates them to develop social skills. An autism coach is a special type of coach who is aware of the challenges a child with autism faces and thus helps the child to overcome such.

Each autism coaches, each with their unique style trying to help the clients with everyday functioning, and asked them what’s extraordinary about their coaching and what has endorsed their massive success.

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Dough Blecher

When you’re Autistic, the world isn’t designed with your unique traits in mind and everyday demands can feel insurmountable. At Autism Personal Coach, we provide Autistic adults and teens hard to find support to live self sufficient and purpose-driven lives through our private coaching and community events.

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After graduating with a degree in psychology, Doug Blecher saw an ad to work with Autistic children and immediately answered the call, falling in love with what would later prove to be his life purpose. After years of training and working with Autistic children, Doug noticed a troubling trend…Autistic teens and adults had very few resources and very little support in transitioning into independent living.

Geoff Evans

Geoff began his career in autism over 35 years ago and gained considerable experience in working with autistic children and adults across the autism spectrum. Geoff’s extensive experience has been used by universities, the NAS, and local authorities. Geoff delivers training, coaching and mentoring to teachers, social workers and other professionals and to autistic individuals.

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Jaclyn Hunt

I realized at a young age that I had a gift. I could actually feel the emotions of others around me. At times that could be confusing and overwhelming, but as I matured and honed my skills I was better able to separate my “stuff” from the rest of the world’s. To this very day I could go sit on a bench in the park, or the mall, and within 15 minutes someone will sit next to me and begin to tell me his/her life story.

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Naturally, I became interested in people and began to study psychology at Rutger’s University and then went on to earn my Master’s degree in the Behavioral Sciences with a specialization in Psychological Services at Kean University.

Nicky Collins

I’m Nicky, The Autism Coach, I live in the UK with my teenage son and my very vocal cat Snippit. I was 34 when I realised that I am autistic and ADHD.
After the initial shock of my difference wore off, I had one aha moment after the other, as I started to realise why I did some of the things I did. It showed me that my differences were perfectly normal to my brain type.

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Having a vast background in personal development, I started to share my expertise with women and girls around the globe! Every autistic girl deserves validation, respect and self-confidence. This is what I empower my girls to do!
i help autistic women and girls love and accept themselves for who they are, period!

Ros Evans

I have spent my whole career enabling people to achieve their potential. I have a BSc (Hons) in Psychology and I am qualified in psychometrics and personality testing. I have applied my skills in both commercial and not-for-profit sectors enabling organisations to get the best out of their people and supporting people to recognise, develop and achieve through their strengths. I’ve held senior level management roles and worked as an in-house and external consultant.

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Jim Johnson

Coach Johnson was named Coach of the Year in 2006 by several Rochester-area organizations, and was also presented with a National Sportsmanship Award. These honors brought to light an impressive body of work over the past two decades. His career record is now 428-221, with divisional titles in 1996, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016.

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He was also named All-Greater Rochester Coach of the Year in 2014 and 2015. In 2016 Coach Johnson was named Monroe County Coach of the Year as well as receiving the Class A Section V Coach of the Year honors. Because he led his 2016 team to a 21-2 record, the team rose to Number 1 in New York State in Class A and he led the Trojans to a Number 1 Seed for the third consecutive season in the Class A Section V Tournament where they made the Championship game for the fourth consecutive season. He has had winning seasons in 22 of the last 23 years, finishing .500 the other year. In the last three seasons, Coach has led the Trojans to a 66-5 record which included the team reaching the Class A State Championship Game in 2015.

Deanna Picon

As the parent of a non-verbal, young man with autism, Deanna Picon personally understands the impact of autism on a family. She knows first-hand how heartbreaking a diagnosis of autism can be for parents and the personal struggles that often follow.
But, through her own journey with autism, Deanna also recognizes the special joys, rewarding experiences and unique life gifts which can result from raising a child with special needs.

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Kelly Weaver

Kelly Weaver at a kitchen table over Chinese food. Best friends and both mothers of a child diagnosed with autism, they agreed their children needed more individualized support than what was available. With no formal background in the field of education and fueled by passion and perseverance, these two dedicated mothers set out to establish a school specifically designed to meet the needs of children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

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Tosha Dianne Rollins

You are in the right place if you are looking for a way to improve your relationships with your loved ones and yourself. I am a relationship & parenting expert, professional counselor, and my primary specialty is helping families & individuals find peace of mind and improve their daily lives. My secondary specialty is helping families affected by Autism. As an autism mom and professional I have over 20 years experience in this arena.

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Danielle Ryer

Motivational and Psychoeducational Speaking
I am a Master Social Worker (MSW). I am a current psychoeducator on YouTube, a stand-up comedienne, and a former radio DJ on 91.5 WDBK. I provide cultural competency education about autism, ADHD, and related conditions to administrators, providers, families, and shareholders, as well as individual and group coaching services.

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I have been a public speaker for nearly a decade, from all around South Jersey and the Philadelphia area to all the way in Guangzhou, China.


There you have it, you’ve just read about the industry’s top autism coaches.

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