The Autism Society of America is proud to continue our Coronavirus Information Series with the second video created in partnership with MyHana, an autism support network designed to provide autism resources and support for parents and caregivers of autistic loved ones.
On April 15, Autism Society CEO Christopher Banks sat down to a conversation with Shelby Haines, Superintendent of Marshall County School District in West Virginia, to discuss the realities of transitioning to education at home, as well as best practices for handling the changes and stresses occurring as a result of COVID-19.
You can view this Facebook Live on Facebook HERE, and learn more about the Autism Society’s Coronavirus Information Series webpage, which is updated every week.
ABOUT SHELBY HAINES
Dr. Shelby Haines, Superintendent of Marshall County School District in West Virginia, holds certifications in mathematics, special education, school psychology and education administration, and holds a doctoral degree from West Virginia University in education. Outside Marshall County Schools, she has also worked in higher education at Bethany College, West Liberty University and WVU.
Haines began her career in 1997 as a teacher at Central Elementary School, and has since served in other capacities as a school psychologist and transition specialist.