COVID, Transitions, and Autism Anxiety
Join Dr. Stephanie and her guest Sydney to discuss COVID and transitions in education and how they affect students from the student on the perspectives point of view. This series has looked at the stressors and challenges for the caretaker/parents and from clinicians’ point of view and concerns and now this will give the perspective from the student’s point of view looking at the impact on stress and anxiety.
Sydney is a graduate student of the Georgia University system and Graduate Research assistant who shares her thoughts and concerns about how the pandemic and change is affecting people like her on the autism spectrum and points of consideration of those making decisions about education for students on the spectrum.
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