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It's her, but it's also us.

I’m amazed by my girl Diva every day. I post a lot about her progress in various places around the web, and people inevitably write about how they don’t think that XYZ could do that. 693 more words


Book-making elves

We’ve found that homemade books are one of the best ways to draw Diva into books these days. The books that are visually appropriate are often not textually engaging for her. 756 more words

Multiple Disabilities

Different shades of Special Needs

“There is no one student who is similar to the other. And no one student behaves the same everyday,” so she said to me.

I cannot agree more! 977 more words

#lidchat November 20, 2014

Talking teaching students with Low-incidence disabilities and avoiding feeling isolated by connecting on social media, check out the Storify:

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Five Things People Usually Won't Understand About Life with Multiple Disabilities

Julie of Counting My Spoons just posted a list of six things healthy people just won’t understand about life with chronic illness or pain. I didn’t know the first one – that migraine sufferers just can’t take their medication at the first hint of a migraine -, because I don’t have migraines, but I could relate to the others. 668 more words


Come on son, I know you can do it!

When you have a child who is seriously struggling you would expect therapists, teachers and support staff to do everything they can to help. You put your faith and trust in them. 677 more words

The Role of Special Education in a Democracy

Thank you to Tim Villegas and ThinkInclusive.us for the opportunity to originally post this at http://www.thinkinclusive.us/the-role-of-special-education-in-a-democracy/#sthash.6roeUDvk.dpbs

Reflections on Ravitch’s Reign of Error from a Special Ed Teacher… 1,276 more words