When teaching a child to read, it is important for parents to present literacy in many different forms. No matter the age or ability or perceived intelligence, a child can learn and be stimulated by print and words.
Here are some ideas for keeping words, letters and print in front of your children all day.
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"Inclusion" is a buzzword in disability circles and the special education world. But it doesn’t take long to realize that inclusion means very different things to different people.
Preparing for an ARD meeting is tough and emotionally exhausting. You’re planning your child’s education–for their future–and you want to get it right. Here are tips to help you be successful.
When you have a child(ren) with a disability label, it seems far too often the focus is on the label, not the child. Create an introduction portfolio that tells your child’s story about who they are. And read it at every Admission, Review and Dismissal (ARD) meeting. Here’s how.