Designing a socially-distanced classroom for students with autism


Aimee Dearmon

If you haven’t already set up a socially-distanced classroom, no doubt you will need to at some point. Check out the webinar, Navigating a Socially-Distanced Classroom for Students with Autism, presented by Aimee Dearmon, a speech and language pathologist and board-certified behavior analyst with more than 15 years of experience serving students with autism.

Dermon’s presentation, downloadable from includes layout suggestions for the classroom including hygiene stations, and ideas for creating station barriers, such as with PVC pipe.

A classroom separated into walled-off stations using PVC pipe.

Have multiple hygiene stations around the classroom.



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