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Karen Chase

Hi, I’m Karen Chase...

From the time Karen was a first grader, she wanted to be a teacher working with students who struggled in school. She graduated from the University of Oregon with a master’s degree in special education. She taught for over 30 years in both public and private schools.

She is also a blogger, published author, and autism life coach. She has spent the last decade working with agencies that serve autistic students teaching independent life skills, communication, social skills, academics, and anger management to help further them into adulthood.

Karen was diagnosed with autism three years ago (2019) when she was receiving counseling for her obsessive-compulsive behaviors, anxiety in crowds and sensory issues. “I always used to joke that I might be autistic since I felt like a kindred spirit with those I worked with.” Many parents, friends and co-workers had mentioned she was like an autism whisperer since she was able to connect with so many students on the spectrum, bringing them to their full potential.

In addition to her new company, Karen also runs a homeschool co-op/after school tutoring center from her classroom at her home. She lives in North Idaho with her two bulldogs, Ruby and Tater.

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