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A few words about me...
Ellen Korin is a special educator with over 35 years of experience in public and private education and almost twenty years working as a life skills coach with children and adults on the autism spectrum. She has developed a protocol and set of interventions which have proven to be very effective in helping persons on the spectrum improve their quality of life. In 2006 her interactive workbook titled Asperger Syndrome An Owner's Manual, What You, Your Parents and Teachers Need to Know (ages 12-16 )was published. In 2007, Volume 2 for Older Adolescents and Adults was published.
Retired in 2005 from the Lexington, MA public schools Ms. Korin maintains an active consulting and coaching practice in the Boston area, works closely with the Asperger Association of New England and consults and provides professional development to school districts, clinics and universities. She is a frequent speaker at local and national conferences including the CEC, ASA and Harvard University Medical School Conference on Autism.
Born and raised in New York City, she earned her Bachelor's degree at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts. She obtained a Masters in Special Education at Boston State College and pursued post Master's studies at Harvard University Extension, Tufts University and Lesley College. She is adjunct faculty in the Applied Psychology Department at Antioch University New England, teaching in their Autism Spectrum Disorder Certificate Program An avid reader and traveler, Ellen resides in Lexington, MA with her husband, Jonathan and her daughter, Alexandra.