Confusion to Clarity:
Understanding Your Autistic Child's Body Language
with Rebecca Jeffreys & Rebecca Hale
Sunday, February 28
4:00 - 5:30  pm

*Bonus follow up class Sunday, March 7, from 4:00 -5:00 pm to share successes and answer questions!

Join us for a live, virtual class via Zoom, where Rebecca Jeffreys and Rebecca Hale will share their experiences with understanding the body language of an autistic child.


Understanding the behaviors and body movements of a child on the spectrum can be confusing and frustrating. Most behaviors are a form of communication, though it can be confusing to understand what they mean. Through this class, we will identify and discuss the science behind your child's behavior and offer a deeper understanding of what is happening. We will also offer tools for behavior modification of the child and perspective-changing in the parent. 

When: Sunday, February 28th, 4:00 - 5:30 pm

**There will be a bonus follow up class the following Sunday, March 7th, from 4:00 - 5:00 pm to share successes and answer questions!

Where: Online. You will receive a Zoom invite upon registration. 

Cost: $199. Payments will be collected securely via Paypal.

Class Size: Space is limited to 25 attendees. 

This class will help you to:

Identify behaviors that are actually communication. 


Learn about helpful tools for assessing the situation.


Meet other parents/families like yours.


Understand the science behind your child's behavior.


Get a better perspective on handling behaviors.


PLUS: All registrants will also receive a free guide:
"Sensory Tools From Home" as a thank you.

Rebecca Jeffreys

Founder & Parenting Coach at Sprouting Healthy Families

Rebecca Jeffreys is the founder of Sprouting Healthy Families, where she coaches parents and helps families with kids on the autism spectrum to thrive. Her 21 years of parenting her own son have equipped her to help others with their parenting journey.

Rebecca has a 21-year-old son who has spent his life dealing with anxiety, sensory issues, depression, and rumination as a result of autism. In order to help her son, she has used numerous therapies including occupational therapy, therapeutic horseback riding, social skills classes, medication, neurofeedback, and homeschooling.


Rebecca is passionate about sharing her experience and support with other parents facing a similar path in order to bolster their courage and eliminate shame, exhaustion, and stress.


Rebecca is also is the host for The Caretakers, a podcast that can be found on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Podcasts. The Caretakers tackles autism issues and features people who are making the world a better place.


Rebecca is also a contributing writer to and Central Mass Mom.

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Rebecca Hale

Pediatric Physical Therapist & Human Movement Specialist

Rebecca Hale is a Pediatric Physical Therapist and Human Movement Specialist. She currently works in the Chelsea school system with grades 1-12. She works with student’s body control, strength, and balance to decrease barriers of attention and behavior to better access the learning and the school environment.


Rebecca has worked in the industry for 22 years and has experience with clients ranging from three months to one hundred three years of age. Her passion is working with children on the autism spectrum and those disconnected by traumatic experiences. She helps children and parents access their body’s innate wisdom and find comfort in their own anatomy. She also helps people interpret children’s behaviors and how they relate to the physiological needs of each individual. 

Rebecca has two grown boys who have navigated the first eighteen and twenty-one years of their lives learning to successfully manage a variety of autism spectrum manifestations including anxiety, OCD, and Asperger’s. She has pursued many strategies including medication, meditation, chiropractic treatment, energy kinesiology, and traditional behavioral therapy with both of her boys. She has been a champion in advocating for her sons and understands very intimately the sometimes confusing, lonely, and shaming journey for children and parents. 

Rebecca's desire is to help children celebrate and acknowledge the symptoms and behaviors that they innately do to support their physiological needs, help them navigate tools and strategies to be more successful, and support parents and teachers in recognizing and supporting these children to be successful in their life journey.

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