Archive for November 2013

Are You Getting Hurt By An Aggressive Child That You Live Or Work With?

You Don’t Want to Miss This!!! Chances are that if you’ve been hurt by a child you got some kind of injury on your hands or forearms.  I know that’s what has happened to me when I’ve had to help intervene with a child who was out of control! I’ve also been present when other staff members have gotten a bite, been pinched or scratched. It often happens so fast, […]

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How to Prevent Acting Out Behaviors with Two Simple Tools!

It’s that time of year for families here in the U.S. to gather together and celebrate!  Family time also may include family challenges.  Patience and understanding may need to be on the menu along with a couple of tools in your toolbox! Likewise teachers need to be hyper aware that at this crazy time of year we don’t want to be the reason a child loses control. So what tools […]

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5 Secrets Revealed on How to Identify Problems and Solutions for Children with Autism!

5 Secrets Revealed on How to Identify Problems and Solutions for Children with Autism!

Have you ever wished you could pay an expert to come to your school or your home and just tell you what was going on with your child and then provide you with solutions? Well who hasn’t? Some schools and households around the world can count their blessings because they do have that “someone” who has knowledge, experience and an uncanny way of getting to the heart and solution of […]

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Math Help for Your Students with Special Needs: If You Haven’t Heard About Math TV, You’re Missing Out!

How often do you get to choose who teaches you math?  Never…..but wait, you can now!!! A friend of mine passed this information on to me a couple of years ago and I thought it was awesome!  I had several math teachers who somehow missed out on teaching some important math concepts.  I would have LOVED to use this tool when I didn’t understand a concept! Parents….now you have several […]

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How do you teach a child with special needs to learn a task that requires a sequence of steps? Chaining!

How do you teach a child with special needs to learn a task that requires a sequence of steps?  Chaining!

It’s November already!  Seriously, didn’t school just start? Now is the time of year that you have a pretty good idea about who your students are and what they need from you if you are a teacher. If you are a parent, the craziness of getting back in school and getting a couple of holidays out of the way is over so maybe you have a moment to regroup. Now […]

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