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Autism: Change & Transition

“If a child is Autistic, they do not like change.”

This is the biggest ASD stereotype, the most widely repeated generalisation (In schools anyway). Not entirely accurate though is it? 336 more words


6 Essential De-escalation Tips

Every day teachers, parents and carers are faced with potentially challenging situations. Many of these are defused through skillful behaviour support. These successful resolutions will have certain common characteristics. 261 more words



I was listening to a podcast the other morning on the way to work and I had to keep pausing it as I tried to write down what I was hearing. 555 more words

When is School Choice Not Really a Choice?

Originally posted 1/18/2017.

While it is understandable why a parent like myself with a child with significant disabilities within a public education and governmental system would feel overwhelmed by all of the details, the truth is I felt that way about political systems before I even had children. 1,343 more words

Final PTO Meeting

Please join us for our last PTO meeting of the year on Thursday, May 25th at 7pm. There will be childcare available.

This will be our last PTO meeting with our principal Mrs. 117 more words


Idiopathic Epilepsy. Guest blog by inclusion advocate Shalinee

Adversity is a good teacher, it teaches you how to survive sometimes through phases and sometimes to sail through life. The toughest lesson it teaches you is to build your faith in the face of uncertainty. 1,065 more words

Special Needs

Enhance the learning skills with the help of advanced technology tools

With the advancement of technology, people are making their lives easy and convenient. In the list of the technology advantages, the education system tops the list because earlier students were found the difficulties in learning new things but the innovative way of studies has made it easy. 217 more words