Caring for those in Need

MAY 2022:

ANNUAL MOBILITY ISSUE

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ANNUAL MOBILITY ISSUE
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There Are No Limitations: My Interview with Aaron “Wheelz” Fotheringham

Aaron “Wheelz” Fotheringham is an athlete from Las Vegas, Nevada who invented wheelchair motocross... Read More

The Importance of Physical Fitness Training for Special Needs

You have probably heard how exercise is beneficial to everyone, and that good health and exercise always go ha... Read More

End of the School Year Tip for Teachers and Parents

As the end of the school year comes closer it is easy to forget that we can still help our students, families,... Read More

Could Your Child Have Dyslexia?

Parents frequently consult with me asking whether or not I think their child has dyslexia.  When I ask th... Read More

Caring for those in Need
AUTISM AWARENESS
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Here’s What People Need to Understand About Autism

As humans, many of us live in our own little world. So, it’s completely normal that what might make sens... Read More

Teaching With No Labels: An Agile Approach to ASD

 The first request that I will make of you, the reader, is to pay attention to what happened inside you w... Read More

What Families Need to Know About Transition from Early Intervention to Preschool

Many families moving their child from early intervention (birth to age 3) to the educational system are surpri... Read More

Seven Simple Ways To Support Special Needs Families

Anger, guilt, anxiety, loneliness, stress and exhaustion. Pick a feeling and a special needs caregiver has exp... Read More

SCHOOLS & CAMPS - The Annual Issue
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Tips for Encouraging and Supporting a Parent-Teacher Relationship

A couple of years ago I was teaching in a self-contained special education classroom and it was my first year ... Read More

Three Ways to Help with Decision Making For Children

We have all probably heard it’s important to help in decision-making for children. Giving a child the op... Read More

Deadline to Request Compensatory Special Education and Related Services due to the Pandemic

What are Compensatory Services?

It is important to note that COVID-19 did not change IDEA’s (Ind... Read More

Every Child Needs Someone to Believe in Them

In 1994, my son Nicholas failed first grade. Every day I saw signs of stress—his fingernails bitten to t... Read More

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