Sally L. Flagler, Ph.D. is a pediatric-developmental and school psychologist who presently is the autism support psychologist for the Wake County, North Carolina public school system. She works with children primarily in the autism area, although she is well versed in play-based assessment of young children. She has a private neuropsychology practice as well. She has written and presented extensively on a variety of topics related to assessment, intervention and work with families of children with ASD. She has also been a grant consultant on joint attention and symbolic play for the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Medicine for the past five years.