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Structure At Home

Structure At Home

Structure communicates in the home just as it does in the classroom.  What does the physical structure in your home communicate to your child with special needs?  If, for example, it’s wide open, you are communicating to your child that it’s ok to run around, climb and throw things just like you do outside. Is it visually clear what is supposed to happen in various spaces of your rooms?  The […]

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