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How can we help each other?

Working together to offer families support during school closures and beyond

One Parent's Interesting Idea

A mom reached out to us this week asking if there was any way she could earn free materials to help teach her son at home during the COVID-19 crisis. She asked us: "If I help you sell 5 sets of Language Builder Cards, will you give me one for my son?" 

Honestly, I've never thought of that, but as I turn it over in my head, it does make sense. We could accomplish 4 things at once:

  • Spread the word about the free and paid materials we have to help families at home
  • Put some money directly in the pockets of families, teachers and therapists
  • Give families the educational materials and curriculum they need for free
  • Help us stay afloat so we can come out the other side of this able to still serve the families, educators and children whom we love

With a little research, I found there are lots of ways we might make this happen. But first, I want to get some feedback from you:

  • Is this actually something families, teachers and therapists would want?
  • How you would want it to work?
  • What else can we be doing to help?

If you could answer a few questions, it would help us  make sure we are helping everyone in the best ways possible. 

Please Share Your Thoughts

The program we are considering will allow you to get free products from our Language Builder ARIS curriculum, as well as any of the other sensory products or educational materials and games we produce.

About Us

Angela Nelson, a UCLA trained ABA Therapist, founded Stages Learning in 1997 when autism diagnoses first began to rise. Our top-selling autism education product, the Language Builder Picture Cards, was designed to specifically meet the learning needs of children with autism. The research-based Language Builder Series has become a staple in home and school programs around the world and Stages Learning is now the premier developer of learning tools for children with autism.

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