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Welcome to Tiny Seeds For A Bright Future
The PURPOSE of this website is to provide resources for ANYONE who loves someone with Autism or is an awesome person on the Spectrum. We will be creating an online community of parents, educators and individuals who want to share and care with each other. Resources from other parents, students or teachers can be found on the Forums Page. Also, an ASD Parent Meet-Up for MY REAL TIME community is in the works. If you would like to create one for your community, we will help you. If you want to find out about a Meet-Up Group or post your own, go to our Forums Page .
We want to provide Autism educators and professionals with tools that increase their classroom effectiveness & learning techniques and to create a place where readers, teachers and parents can come together and share their favorite resources. Resources and books for sale can be found on our website STORE or by visiting our TeachersPayTeachers store.
The most recent articles written by Katherine can be found on the BLOG page, along with some of her favorites articles & video clips from other writers and sources. If you are looking for social stories for a particular issue or situation, please feel creel to CONTACT us and we'd be glad to either find a social story or create one for your circumstances.
About Katherine Goodsell-
Katherine has earned her M.Ed in the field of Education, and is presently working on her Doctorate in Special Education. She is eager to provide a service to the community in which she now resides as a Special Education Advocate, a role which she held in the Austin, TX community at The Arc of the Capital Area.
Katherine (a candidate as a Certified Autism Specialist) is also a published author for Aspergers 101 (an online e-magazine) and is soon to be a published contributor for several other printed periodicals. Katherine started writing books, articles and social stories for teen and adult beginning readers with ASD/LD to fill a much needed void. Her goal is educate the public about Autism and to increase the number of high-interest, low-literacy stories for struggling readers to enable them to enjoy and increase their literacy abilities. She is also working on a Beginner's Guide to Autism for Parents which has already be contracted by a publisher. Updates on the progress will be announced here.