For many of us, life began after graduation from high school. It is no different for special needs children. Unfortunately, for many parents, transition planning for special education students can
Do you know what your child is doing when they’re online? Do you know what sites they visit? Kids are growing up in a digital world. They have access to
Many children are struggling with schoolwork, especially after a year of schooling being at least partially online. Luckily the school system is not your only option. One solution that we
Do you have accurate and up-to-date information about your child for the present level section of his IEP? If the present levels don’t accurately reflect where your child is currently
Summer is on its way and will be here before you know it! Many students have had interruptions to instruction due to school closures and virtual learning most of 2020.
Children love any school break… Summer break Spring break Christmas break Other school closures (like that happened in 2020) The problem is children tend to have academic regression over these
Keeping your child calm while at home while schools are on a break can be a challenge. Keeping children with ADHD, autism, or high energy calm can feel impossible! In
As a parent of a special needs child, are you frequently asking yourself… Why is she doing that? Is he always like that? Why is he so weird about things?
The education field is often bombarded with a new buzzword, catchphrase, or trendy idea. A few of these ideas stick, but many pass quickly. The current catchphrase in education today