Autism at Home Part 3 | DIY Living Area Modifications

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Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) with multiple years' hands-on experience developing and implementing behavior change programs.

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Kay Carr gives insight and real life examples of the ways her and her husband, Mike, have implemented restrictions to certain items and areas in the living areas of their home to promote safety and independence for their son with severe autism.

Mike and Kay Carr are the founders of Autism Labs and parents of Michael, their thirty three year old son with low functioning autism. With the help of the University of Texas Special Ed & Speech Departments, Kay and Mike have researched and implemented effective at-home systems to promote Michael’s safety, communication, and independence. 

Follow along on our “Autism at Home” series to learn simple and effective DIY home modifications that will help parents and care-takers such as yourself on this journey we share together. 
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