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Nice to Hear

Yesterday, I emailed the Amazing Camp Director, new member of The Boy’s tribe, to let her know that I would be picking him up today so I could get him to the tail end of marching band practice this evening so he could show his face and begin to make some connections there. 211 more words

Special Needs Parenting

Got to Work

Yay! I finally got back to work!!

The Good: I was giddy driving in to work today! :) I really missed everyone. I was bored at home. 941 more words


Important Webinar on Advocacy and Self-Advocacy Now Available

The Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation have made their recent webinar, “Parenting with a Disability: Know your Rights and Take Action” available on YouTube, and it contains important information on what parents of a child with special needs need to know to advocate and self-advocate.


Beginning Of Year Checklist

FREE Beginning Of Year Checklist For Special Education Teachers

Back to school time can be overwhelming.  There are so many things to do before the first day of school.   37 more words

Classroom Ideas

Online Safety & SEN 2: Why is it so important?

This is part 2 of the Online Safety & SEN series. In this blog I will look at why it is so important that our most vulnerable students are supported. 801 more words


How Children with Autism Benefit from Sensory Diets

If you have ever been around someone with autism, no matter the age, one the most visible attributes people with autism have is the need for stimulant input.  728 more words


Hypersensitive much?

I’m an autism mom. I’m also a preemie mom, asthma mom, ADHD mom, mom to teens, mom to a middle schooler, part-time working mom, dance mom, cheer mom, golf mom, and cross country mom….but that’s all beside the point for today’s topic. 564 more words