Bake Back America

Joggers for Juniors Resources

Jen Dryer, MA is an educational consultant and parent advocate/coach who supports families and teachers of neurodiverse children, namely those with developmental, behavioral and/or learning differences. Jen has more than 20 years of experience working with children, families and teachers, in her work in both NYC and DC as a public school teacher, staff developer, and parent advocate. She currently lives in Washington, DC. Her younger son is on the autism spectrum and has ADHD (and a few other diagnosis acronyms!). She has also been a yoga teacher to adults and kids since 2006, and she credits her yoga practice and teaching with keeping her grounded and hopeful through challenging experiences in her life.

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Jogger For Juniors Guest Instructor

Sean Quinn is a substitute teaching assistant with a B.A. in Elementary Ed./Special Ed. He is also autistic. He feels that the joy of music and dancing can bring family and friends together. He also feels it can be a stress reliever to make you happy. 

Webinar: Supporting Your Special Needs Child