Responding to Autism is dedicated to providing the best practices for treatment of families, children, and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. With over 20 years of experience in the field, specializing in autism, we bring an understanding of the many obstacles encountered, support needed, and joy that can come from guiding a family and/or individual with autism to feel empowered and live a life of inclusion and purpose.
To provide guidance, education, opportunities and support to families and individuals with autism spectrum disorder.
To guide families and individuals affected by autism and other disabilities to discover their path to inclusion, empowerment, and purpose.
At the Responding to Autism Center, we believe that every human being is born with the drive for continued growth and competence. Somewhere along the line, autism camouflages or covers this drive with obstacles, but it never truly disappears. We know that providing the guidance, education and support, to parents, teachers, and individuals themselves, can lead to a life of inclusion, empowerment, and purpose.
About Our Director
Christine is an Autism Specialist with over 20 years experience in educating, treating, diagnosing and training families and children on the Autism Spectrum. Christine has a unique experience from many perspectives, including: as a teacher of special education students, a consultant to professionals, families and organizations, a parent of a disabled child, and understanding, first hand, the challenges of overcoming a disability. Her passion to help those affected by autism and other disabilities, provides many families with guidance, education, hope and the knowledge that they are not alone.
Christine Lindgren, M.Ed., Autism Specialist, Director Responding to Autism Center