The Keys To My Car: A Story About Being In The Moment

Paul (name has been changed) was a young man with autism that I had been working with for a few weeks. He loved music, and got excited every time I came-- often coming out to meet me when I pulled up in my car, and then following me out to my car to say 'Goodbye' at the end. Paul got so excited that it was actually a problem-- he couldn't regulate his body well enough to sit still for the sessions, and would spend most of our time together running in and out of the room. I learned very quickly that if I found something that caught Paul's attention that day, I'd better run with it while it lasted. We worked a lot on social and language skills-- one of his favorite interventions we did togethe

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