What Recourse Do You Have?

What Recourse Do You Have?

NEW: Watch a video of this post.  Click here. The special education teacher hands you an Evaluation Report (only after you asked for a copy).  As you read it, you find yourself disagreeing with the report, or you notice certain areas that were not even evaluated by the District.  What recourse do you have? Today’s […]

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All Behavior Is Communication

All Behavior Is Communication

All of your child’s behavior is communication. Today we’ll be talking about: 1) how to figure out what message your child is sending you with their behavior. 2) What needs they have that aren’t being met and 3) the importance of positive supports Want to watch video of this post?  Click here.  Rather just listen […]

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The Question To Always Ask

The Question To Always Ask

New:    Watch the YouTube video of this newsletter.  Click here.               Listen to just the audio version while you’re on the go.                     Click here. Do you have a child that’s thrilled when he can do cool experiments like putting […]

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Why We Need a Declaration of INTERdepence!

Why We Need a Declaration of INTERdepence!

Parents rejoice when their child takes his first step alone, when he can tie his shoes by himself, or when he can read his favorite book without any help. Teachers praise and reward students when they can complete a project without any assistance, correctly solve a difficult math problem, or independently write a well constructed […]

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How to Have Inclusion 12 Months of the Year

How to Have Inclusion 12 Months of the Year

The summer months do add another spin for parents, don’t they? Ask yourself, what would my child be doing over the summer if he or she did not have a disability?  Going to soccer camp, doing satisfying volunteer work, participating in the library’s summer reading program, enjoying scout camp, creating memories on family outings, or having […]

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