Episode 12 - Jessica Koller, Student at the University of Texas at Dallas

Jessica is a mother of two and a wife, a student at the University of Texas at Dallas, has a son with autism, and previously helped families of children with disabilities plan for long-term needs. She is also working with a team of individuals to create better transition planning
programs for students with disabilities who are between the ages of 18 and 22 in Coppell ISD. Jessica is an open-book and eager to tell her story to encourage other families along their journey.

Jessica mentions the following resources in her episode and
shared some additional resources to check out:

-Autism Service Dogs of America http://autismservicedogsofamerica.com/

-For Families of Special Needs http://forfamiliesofspecialneeds.com/

-The Behavior Exchange http://www.behaviorexchange.com/

-HEROES Camp (Richardson) https://www.heroesdfw.org

-Hope for Gray http://hopeforgray.com/

-It’s A Sensory World www.itsasensoryworld.com

-Navigate Life Texas https://www.navigatelifetexas.org/en

-Special Olympics Texas www.sotx.org

 

Chelsi Pruitt