What’s Your IEP Meeting Personality Type? Are you Frazzled Frances, the mom that’s always running behind, completely capable of advocating more but overwhelmed with all that life throws at you? Or could you be Courteous Carol, a “yes man” through and through.
You’ve heard about – and maybe even asked for – a multi-sensory, evidence-based reading program, but what does that really mean?
Last week we scratched the surface on the Science of Reading.
Science is a systematic and logical approach to discovering how the natural world works.
Michelle is walking us through a hand-writing program she designed, giving us lots of tips and information on how hand-writing supports the process of learning to read.
Today we welcome Rosemarie Griffin of ABA Speech, and we talk about a super hot topic: how – and why- we can incorporate neurodiversity affirming practices into our therapy, tutoring, and even play sessions with children.
I know from my time on non-profit boards that Potty Training is always a popular topic amongst parents.
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