Fall has arrived, and your child’s school has gone to online education due to the pandemic. You are not trained as a teacher. You have no idea how to manage online schooling for your child who has autism. What should the schooling focus be? How do you begin to adjust your life to this?
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During Independent Education Plan (IEP) season, parents everywhere are preparing, researching, talking to other parents, consulting with advocates, case managers, and a variety of professionals.
All in hopes of hitting the nail on the head and creating a comprehensive plan that will take their special needs child to the next level, academically and otherwise.
This week's guest blog post was written by RDI consultant Lauren Wilson. How is it that summer can go from feeling so long and daunting to being almost gone?! Teacher friends are already heading...
School is almost here! Let’s get Back-to-school Ready!
I’ve homeschooled my son for most of his life. I know the challenges of getting organized and meeting goals in the school. I hope these tips will help you.
If you want to minimize distractions in your classroom, but don’t know where to start, here are some ideas..
Spending some time helping your child prepare for the back to school transition will not only help them but parents too!
In my experience, shifting the focus to developmental growth in an IEP can dramatically alleviate a child’s stress level and…