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What is Remediation?
The word remediation is very important in the work my colleagues and I do with families affected by autism and other neuro-developmental disabilities, but it is a word that is unfamiliar to many people. I thought I would take a moment this week to
Motivating an Autistic Child
? It can be very difficult to motivate an autistic child , mainly because of their lack of imagination and communication skills.. A persons motivation is mainly influenced by their experiences, their desires and imaginationAs well as past experien
Problems With Autistic Children in School
? Chances are an autistic child who is in mainstream education will not require special education, which means they are unlikely to have obvious learning disabilities. But that said they will still have special needs. The first thing as a teacher yo
Ass Whippers Inc
There has to be a replacement for the ineffective and expensive prison system that serves only as a revolving door to criminals. It is costing the government 25 thousand dollars a year to house an inmate only to have them return after release. We ar
Picky Eater or Problem Feeder?
Do you have a child who is a picky eater or has a very limited diet? Does s/he refuse to try new things, or struggle with bridging from one form of a food to another? To have a well balanced diet, people should eat a variety of foods that include pr
Ensuring Success Through Guided Participation
A little girl, about 1 year old, is standing next to a coffee table when she decides that she wants to step off and make an attempt at walking. She immediately falls to the ground. One of two things can happen at that point. A parent or caregiver ca
Springtime in Schools: Preparing for Individualized Education Plans
The ice is beginning to melt, and springtime is just around the corner. For those of us who either work in schools or have a child in school, this usually means the beginning of the busy season we know as spring IEP time. For those of you who are un
My Ongoing Struggle With Dyslexia and Success
All throughout my life I have suffered from dyslexia. Dyslexia is a disability dealing with how a person sees letters. It affects their ability to read and spell but is has nothing to do with their level of intelligence. Dyslexia occurs at all level
The History of Swarovski Crystal
Founded in 1895 by Daniel Swarovski, the company has become a well-known brand and high street name. In 2006, the company opened up a further 106 stores to add to current stores and created a combined total of 673 stores worldwide. The company makes
Learning Disability.............
The term learning disability (LD) refers to a group of disorders that affect a broad range of academic and functional skills including the ability to speak, listen, read, write, spell, reason and organize information. A learning disability is not in
Success Builds Confidence!
Living in our dynamic, fast changing world can be extremely stressful ? even for those who are processing information at a normal rate. Imagine moving to another country where you know only a limited amount of the language that the nationals speak.
Springtime Planning for Transitions
The sun is beginning to shine, and the fresh smells of spring are upon us. This time of year is always a favorite of mine, whether I am at school working with my students or walking through the park with my son. As a special educator, this time of y
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