Consultation and Coaching

“Just as you wouldn’t build a house without plans,
it isn’t wise to build a life without plans either.”


Everyone needs help, guidance and next steps planning support at some point in their lives and Integrated Autism Consulting offers a wide range of coaching and consultation opportunities based of the needs of the individual or group.

In all situations, parents, individuals and organizations are empowered towards developing and eventually reaching their goals independently.


  • Specialized consultation to businesses, institutions, families, and individuals
  • Individualized coaching to address challenging issues.
  • One to one coaching is available however all participants are encouraged to practice skills in community settings to ensure that intervention strategies are transferred and generalized.
  • Job Coaching
  • Functional Assessments
  • Transition Plans

I first met Pat just after I was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome. I was 17, at the time.

Right from the start, I knew she was different than any other professional I’d encountered. Her warmth was a welcome reprieve from the cold, clinical approach I was used to. Her knowledge, passion and close personal connection to Autism immediately put me at ease. She wasn’t a doctor or a therapist but she was able to understand me in a way that other people could only dream of.

Having now worked with her for 4 years, I can honestly tell you that her programs and personalized coaching actually work.

When I was 19, I was at one of the lowest points in my life. In just 2 years, Pat has helped me to completely transform my life. Her ability to help me focus on each of my individual issues has enabled me to be happier than I’ve ever been and closer to my goals than I ever thought possible. I was even recently published in Autism Matters Magazine—fulfilling the dream of being published that I’ve had ever since I began writing.

Without Pat, I wouldn’t be where I am now. Words can’t express how grateful I am to her for all of her support and guidance. She’s been invaluable.
Matthew Lemay